Cars at Monte Carlo

Discussion in 'Transportation' started by johnaalex, Aug 11, 2008.

  1. I took all these in outside the casino in Monte Carlo in less than an hour. Of course I could have done it much less time but there are other things to photograph there :wink: (see some of my "candid" shots in this set)

    A weisman
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    An orange one :eek:
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    A mean looking Merc
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    You wait ages for a Ferrari then 2 turn up :biggrin:
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    Not sure what this
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    A touch of class
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    Click on a pic for a larger version.
     
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  2. amazing the money there
    some things never change
    thanks for the nice shots, john
     
  3. Ahh .... the rich and famous. Two things I will never be. Thanks for the shots ..... they were great.

    Best,
     
  4. Nice! I hope to visit Monte Carlo one day.
    I'm jealous!
     
  5. Thanks, for me leave out the fame, but gimme some of that money :wink:
     
  6. Big money there for sure. Thanks for posting such awesome cars!
     
  7. I was there last month and saw many nice cars too. I hope to return to Monaco some day.....it was my best site of the trip. Thanks for showing these.
     
  8. ArtO

    ArtO

    Jun 14, 2008
    Florida
    Beautiful cars. It must be an amazing place to visit.
     
  9. SpoonFed

    SpoonFed

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    Jul 19, 2008
    Bay Area
    MmM MMm Mmm great shots and sweet looking cars. LOL @ 2 Ferrari's showing up
     
  10. To be honest they were out numbered by the Bently and Rolls brigade - there were at least three of the new Rolls there. Hi end Mercs were also much in evidence.

    Also those high end cars cost about as a month's fuel for some of their boats :eek:
     
  11. The most expensive car I saw was a Mercedes-Mclaren SLR convertible......US$501,000. The Merc shot you have is the hardtop version....US$450,000. Those Ferraris were a mere US$250,000 a piece. But you are so right.......nothing compared to their multimillion $$ yatchs.