Exotic Cars

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Ed Cashman
1981 Ferrari 308GTBi

My first Ferrari, a 308GTBi (SN 37495), was purchased new in 1981. Still original, never restored, it has won numerous Ferrari Club of America regional and National Concours Awards. One highlight was driving cross country from Philadelphia, PA to Monterey, CA where it was displayed on the 18th green at Pebble Beach. Not the biggest or fastest Ferrari I’ve owned, but even after all these years, it’s still great fun to take for a spin.

Ken & Kathy Maher

2019 Aston Martin DB11

A 2019 Aston Martin DB11, also referred to in some circles as the James Bond car. Configured with a mighty 630-hp / 516 lb-ft twin-turbo V-12, this car is a textbook grand tourer. It has exotic looks without being overdone and never fails to put a smile on our face, whether it’s just sitting in the garage or on the open road. And yes the vanity tag appropriately says 007.

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Ed Cashman
2000 Ferrari 550 Maranello

Whenever I take the 550 out for a spin, it’s a treat and a magnificent driving experience. Ferrari’s V12 flagship model from 1996 – 2001, a total of 3,600 were produced. The 550 marked Ferrari’s return to a front engine configuration after 23 years. The result is impressive, as it delivers all the performance, handling, and agility of a premier sports car while providing all the comfort of a Grand Tourer. Whenever I run through the 6-speed manual gated shifter, I smile as I listen to the engine effortlessly revving towards 7700 RPM and feel the massive amount of torque. Over the years, the 550 has earned its well-deserved reputation as one of Ferrari’s great road cars, and this one, serial # 119836, is one of my favorites.