Bingo Sports is a name, frankly, bad for a company. Does it matter? Is a dealer of classic and supercars located in Japan, which probably has the best and most exotic stock of the world. A nirvana auto, which we discussed tangentially, to write an article about the Lamborghini Miura SVR. They are specialized in the classics of the 80’s and 90’s, and you don’t need more cover letter: behold the picture that presides over this article. And cerrad the mouth, I drool.
Enter in the store of classic Bingo Sports causes a desencajamiento unconscious of the jaw and excessive salivation.
Come on, repasad me the photo that you have in front. I already know that there is a Bugatti Veyron and a Lexus LFA, are possibly the cars less exclusive of the lot. If you look better in the Maserati MC12 Corsa, a Ferrari 288 GTO Evoluzione or a Ferrari F40 LM. Do you want more? What about a Lamborghini Miura SVR authentic? And what I say of the Schuppan 962CR? A supercar japanese limited to 6 units built on the basis of a Porsche 962C competition. You have in your screen many tens – can I run short – of-million euros.
Has been an event called the All Stars, in which all the cars have been able to take a walk on the track and stretch your legs at a low speed, with the excuse of recording a video and make a few photos. The cars that have to come together are only a part of its current stock of about 40 vehicles. In that event have had vehicles of other collectors and other dealers of classic, this is why inflation of the number of vehicles. are Two Bugatti Veyron’s and three Ferrari F40 together on the track? Without problem.
The company was founded in 2002, and in 2013 it billed nearly $ 35 million. It seems that the business is not doing too badly. Dedicated to search for and purchase cars bought by japanese collectors during the greatest era of economic prosperity in the country, the 80’s and 90’s. During that time, many wealthy japanese have acquired a multitude of european classics – and some new vehicles – that have been kept pristine in their garages heated and cooled for decades. Impressed to see the neatness and cleanliness with which some are conserved.
I do Not intend to do an in-depth article on the stock of Bingo Sports, I would rather you discover for yourselves and arrunéis your screens or keyboards with your saliva. Personally, I’ve spent a good 5 minutes to discover the details of a Mercedes 190 2.5-16 Evolution II, one of my car fetish. If you want american classics also you have where to be entertained. If you want racing cars of the era, more of the same. Remember to clean when you’re done.
Source: Bingo Sports World