Best Lamborghini Naples

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Its top speed of 220 mph and 963-hp engine make it the fastest For the wealthy customer who loathes the idea of driving the same car as even a few hundred other people, Lamborghini has the Veneno. Its $3.9 million price puts it among the most expensive For thirty-five-year-old James Whiteway of Naples but with James’ Caprice, it most certainly has the quality. Admittedly, James tells us “I’m not finished yet, I have a couple more things I would like to do.” With numerous Best of Show trophies As Lamborghini admits, getting in and out of the Egoista is more like clambering into a fighter jet than a car. There’s no door. Instead the domed roof flips open Top Gun-style to reveal the single-seat cockpit. So, step carefully on the bodywork A 1933 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 owned by Peter Sachs, of Stamford, won best in show. The car Pennsylvania Ronald McDonald House Kids’ Choice: 1967 Lamborghini P400 Miura, owned by Lee Barba of Bangall, New York In all, 224 vehicles in 29 classes were .