Posts Tagged ‘lamborghini’
I can honestly say that I haven’t been to a show like DTP in a very long time, if ever. Tucked away in a warehouse district somewhere in Vancouver is Rocky Mountaineer Station. A surprisingly trendy building that shares a street with Homedepot and the Vancouver city Skyline. Although, the parking lot is where much of the action was found.
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This little video showed up on the internet over the weekend. It shows us that Lamborghini’s are quite capable of avoiding the end of the world.
Having just returned from Toronto, I’m trying to get back into the swing of things and readjust to our cold weather.
Spending time at the 2011 Canadian International Auto Show — held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre and SkyDome — required a new perspective for me; I’m not used to looking at unmodified cars. The truth is a good number of us spend countless hours trying to find cars at the opposite end of the spectrum.
ZR Auto put together a charitable fundraiser for Breast Cancer Awareness. The event was to benefit the Bonnyville Health Foundation and Hearts for Healthcare, and The Military Families Support Society that consisted of a car show, dream ride between Cold Lake and Bonneyville, and the main event of high speed runs on CFB Cold lake’s tarmac. There was an orgy of nice cars such as a Maserati MC12, Saleen S7, a couple Enzo’s including Zahir’s 860 rwhp specimen, Ford GT’s, twin turbo Lamborghini’s, LS1 Corvettes, a Spyker, Lotus’, etc.