Hello, my name is Andrew. I currently live in Broadway, England and I’m a Nissan GT-R Collector.
Here’s a backstory of my life:
I was born in New York in 1983. My dad was a huge JDM car enthusiast but due to the rules of importing he couldn’t get some of the jdm cars he wanted. We were also not the most wealthy. Thankfully, I was the only child so my parents were also able to save their money. He owned a couple Honda’s, Nissans, and Toyota’s. In 1989 when the R32 Skyline first came out my dad fell in love, and he needed to have one. And when the R33 and R34 came out, it made his obsession with GTRs even more. So in 2003, my dad packed his bags and moved to the UK to get these cars and to own a importing business there. My parents were divorced so it really didn’t matter. I was living in a college dorm room with my good friend Bobby which I still know him to this day. I had a bunch of car posters in my dorm. I had a bunch of GTR posters, including Brian’s from 2 Fast 2 Furious, Mazda RX7s, Honda Civics, S2000s, NSXs and Supras. I was obsessed with those cars. Once I finished college in 2004 I became an automotive technician at an Acura dealer on Long Island. This was still at the time when the 1st gen NSX was still on sale so seeing my childhood dream car in person everyday when I went to work made me grind my ass off. In 2006 I bought a 1998 Toyota Supra. I had it for about 2 years. I loved those cars, but I always wanted a Nissan GTR. In 2008, I had the chance to drive a new 2009 GTR, and it just made me absolutely fall in love. Finally in 2011, I bought a used 2009 GTR with 45k on it. I had it until 2013 when I got hit by a drunk driver going 60 mph on a backroad. After that, I had enough money to leave New York and pursue owning a car business. I moved in with my father in Edinburgh Scotland in 2014. I lived there until I found a house in Broadway England where i have lived there since. I now own a 1992 Skyline GTR, a 1997 GTR V-Spec, a 2000 Skyline GTR V-Spec Midnight Purple III, a 2002 Skyline GTR M-Spec Nür, a 2002 Skyline GTR V-Spec II N1, and a 2017 GTR Premium. My dad also has a few which I’ll show off in another post. Enjoy my page and my cars!
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► Es la renovación de los deportivos de BMW con dos puertas para el Segmento C . La actual generación del Serie 2 llegó a la Argentina en marzo de 2015 ◄.
📸 Presentarse .
📌Cordoba , Argentina.
🔩: 6 Cilindros en linea
🐎: 370 Cv
⚙: Tracción Trasera
🔧: Caja automatica de 7 velocidades
📈: 0 - 100 Km/h: 4,6 Segundos
🏁:Vel máxima: 250 Km/h (limitado)
💰: 119.000 USD (aproximadamente).
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🏎Porsche 718 Cayman S
🏎Mercedes Benz A-45 AMG
🏎Audi TT-RS III.
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📸Envíanos tus fotos al mail o al Whatsapp.
🔰Administrador/ Creador :
@juansebarboza / @raul_barzamello .
INTERIOR of the all-new 2019/2020 BMW X7 xDrive 40i
Larger and more luxurious than the redesigned X5, the production model closely echoes the X7 iPerformance concept which was introduced last year. The X7 has a luxurious cabin which features a stylish blend of leather, wood and metallic trim. Drivers sit behind a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster which is located next to another 12.3-inch display for the infotainment system. Specifications will vary by market, but the US-spec model comes standard with a four-zone climate control system, a 10-speaker audio system and a three-panel panoramic glass sunroof. Other niceties include a wireless smartphone charger and a WiFi hotspot. An assortment of options will be available including a 20-speaker Bowers & Wilkins Diamond surround sound system and a rear-seat entertainment system with 10.2-inch touchscreen displays. Other tempting options include heated seats, power rear window shades, heated / cooled cup holders and a head-up display. The X7 comes standard with a split-folding second row bench, but customers can order power captain’s chairs which “offer the same range of adjustments as the seats for the driver and front passenger.” Regardless of which configuration is selected, the seats slide fore and aft up to 5.7 inches and feature backrests that can be automatically raised or lowered at the touch of a button. Third row passengers don’t take a backseat to comfort as BMW says they are treated to “full-size seats that are fully capable of accommodating adult passengers over longer journeys.” Besides having relatively roomy accommodations, rear seat passengers have their own cup holders and armrests. The 2019 BMW X7 will be arrive at US dealerships next March and pricing starts at $73,900 for X7 xDrive40i and $92,600 for X7 xDrive50i (excluding a $995 destination fee). The company is already accepting pre-orders and customers can make their reservations online.
The all-new 2019/2020 BMW X7 xDrive 40i
Larger and more luxurious than the redesigned X5, the production model closely echoes the X7 iPerformance concept which was introduced last year. It certainly has a commanding presence as the front fascia is dominated by a massive chrome grille which will likely prove to be controversial. Unsurprisingly, BMW says its the largest kidney grille ever fitted to one of their production models. Putting the grille aside, the X7 features adaptive LED headlights which reside above massive air intakes. Designers installed 21-inch alloy wheels, a relatively flat roof and a prominent greenhouse which is trimmed with chrome surrounds. The X7 xDrive40i features a turbocharged 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine that produces 335 hp and 330 lb-ft of torque. It is connected to an improved eight-speed automatic transmission and an all-wheel drive. This setup enables the massive crossover to accelerate from 0-60 mph in 5.8 seconds, before hitting a top speed of 130 mph. The X7 xDrive50i which has an “extensively updated” twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8 engine with 456 hp and 479 lb-ft of torque. The extra power cuts the 0-60 mph time to 5.2 seconds, but the top speed remains unchanged. BMW will offer an optional Dynamic Handling Package which adds Integral Active Steering, M Sport Brakes and an M Sport rear differential (on the xDrive50i). The 2019 BMW X7 will be arrive at US dealerships next March and pricing starts at $73,900 for X7 xDrive40i and $92,600 for X7 xDrive50i (excluding a $995 destination fee). The company is already accepting pre-orders and customers can make their reservations online.
The all-new 2019/2020 BMW ///M850i xDrive Convertible
The BMW 8-Series Convertible is inching closer towards an official premiere and was recently snapped during tests at Germany’s Nurburgring. This BMW 8-Series appears to be painted in Barcelona Blue. It has been made to look a little more aggressive with a gloss black kidney grille up front, M Performance wheels, and a set of blue brake calipers. Judging by the aforementioned wheels and brakes, as well as the rear diffuser and large dual tailpipes, we’re quietly confident that this is the M850i xDrive Convertible. Utilizing a twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8 delivering 523 hp and 553 lb-ft of torque. A 3.0-liter TwinPower turbodiesel six-cylinder with 315 hp and 580 lb-ft will be used by the 840d xDrive Convertible. Both of these models will be sold exclusively with an eight-speed Steptronic automatic transmission. It will adopt a large 12.3-inch infotainment screen and a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster. They’ll also be a sporty, three-spoke steering wheel, a healthy dose of leather, and some metal and wooden accents. BMW will reportedly hold off revealing the 8-Series Convertible until next year.