European Cars

Mike & Sandy Connors
2014 BMW 640M Coupe

White with charcoal interior. The high-performance BMW M6 features a twin-turbo 4.4 liter V8 engine that produces 560 HP and 500 lbs./ft. torque. BMW reports that this car can accelerate from 0-60 mph in 4.1 seconds and has a top speed of 155 mph.

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Alex & Renate D’Angelo
2017 Mercedes Benz SLC300

This Mercedes Benz SLC300 is my 5th roadster. I have had English, German and Italian roadsters. My Radiant Blue/Saddle SLC is a thrill to drive.

 

I seem to like sports cars that have engines the same size as the transmission. This Turbo I4 is married to a 9-speed, all electronically controlled, always in the correct gear. Mercedes Dynamic Drive adjusts the handling, transmission, and exhaust, so you can get as much road experience as you can handle. And just for toppers, SLC has a folding hardtop and a warm "air scarf" for those cool mornings and evenings, so you stay in Mercedes comfort.

Rich Gruenberg & Judy Umbreit
2020 Jaguar F-Type

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Dave & Bobbe Lytle

2014 BMW (Z4) 2.8i

Our Z4 is powered by a 2.0-liter TwinPower Turbo Engine.  Weight is kept to a minimum with the use of a lot of aluminum parts, including the roof and the hood.  It has a 6-speed gearbox that’s fun to row, and Bobbe does have a lead foot.  The BMW's official color is Orion Silver but in truth, it looks more like gold.  The metal retracting hardtop is an engineering marvel that is impressive to watch in action and is much better than the cloth roof that we had on our previous 2000 Z3.  The only thing negative about the metal roof is that when it is stowed, there isn’t much room in the trunk.  Overall it’s a fun toy!

Phil & Denise Mannino

2005 Jaguar XKR

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Bill & Dawn Mendes

2020 BMW (Z4) – Mediterranean Blue

BMW completely redesigned the Z4 in 2019 and that caught my eye. After test driving one I was hooked. It is twin-turbocharged which gives you some pretty good zip all while attaining some good fuel mileage. It is comfortable and rides like a proper roadster. Looking forward to more club road trips.

Carol Parkinson & Tom Lupica

2017 Mercedes Benz C300

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Michael & Christina Papson

2016 BMW 640i Convertible

Rodney & Linda Pennington

2022 BMW M850i Convertible

Drives like a dream, especially .. when Linda is with me in the evening

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Tom & Carol Rossi

2015 Alfa Romeo (4C) Spider

The 4C was launched in 2013 to be Alfa Romeo’s Halo car and was engineered to be a pure sports car in the most traditional sense.   Light, fast and fun.   The 4C weighs in at an unheard of 2,500 lbs. in North America (2,000 lbs. in Europe) and Alfa Romeo achieved the weight savings through exotic materials such as Carbon Fiber for the chassis and SMC panels for the body.   The carbon-fiber tub which is the support structure for the whole car weighs less than 150 lbs. and is stronger than steel or aluminum.   The Alfa Romeo 4C is fast, beautiful, handles amazingly well, and is probably the last sports car we will ever see that follows the formula of a traditional lightweight sports car where “less is always more”.

Tom & Carol Rossi

2015 Maserati Gran Turismo Sport

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Larry & Lydotta Taylor
2013 Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet

We purchased our 2013 Platinum Silver Metallic Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet with Platinum Grey interior in October 2021 after owning a 1971 Red MGB for about thirty years.  While the MGB was fun and provided us with the sports car convertible bug, we were more than ready for an upgrade. We’ve enjoyed tooling around Florida from our Sarasota home and look forward to driving it in the hills around our Morgantown, WV home during the summer and fall months.