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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikey View Post
    +1 I've been to Leno's before and his is still better IMO. The only downside to Leno's is he's not a Ferrari guy
    Been there many times myself. In reference to "owning" this many cars in one "specific" type of car this IMO beats Jay in car obsession by ten times. To walk in a garage of cars and see over 50 of the same type of car.. that is pretty mind blowing.


    And Jay does have one Ferrari at his garage. It's just not his.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Aimee View Post
    To walk in a garage of cars and see over 50 of the same type of car.. that is pretty BORING


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    Doesn't hold a candle to Jays collection which goes far beyond just the cars.

    To me, having a collection of just one model of car shows a lack of imagination

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    They are beautiful and unique. Very enjoyable to see that video.

    There really needs to be a very large museum built on the mall in Wash. DC dedicated to the history of the US automobile industry. Many of these should be in there along with Duesenbergs, Cords, Auburns, and everthing from the big 3 especially the muscle car era.

    It is such a waste having so much history hidden away in dusty collections in Detroit and out of the way places.


    As for private collections Ralph Laurens is probably the best and he exhibits parts of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Judge View Post
    Thats pretty amazing

    But i think comparing that to Leno's is hard as they are totally different collections!
    Totally agree! I need some diversity.... Either way, hats off to both.
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    simply amazing!

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    Termite insurance was a must...

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    Had no idea that guy was so into woodies, would've expected Bimmers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zack View Post
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    Definitely a must-have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoPho View Post
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    Doesn't hold a candle to Jays collection which goes far beyond just the cars.

    To me, having a collection of just one model of car shows a lack of imagination
    ???????????????

    Does that include your view on Ralph Laurens collection of "boring red Farrari's" aswell

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