THIS Is Why I Sold The BMW M1 – Most EXPENSIVE Buy This Year!

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THIS Is Why I Sold The BMW M1 – Most EXPENSIVE Buy This Year!

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    1. I don’t know if you will read this Dennis or crew I work for an enclosed trailer manufacturer and those inner trailer fenders are at least an inch or two wider on each side they need to be. I have built custom ordered ones that are a lot closer to the tire and another thing you can do is run like a half inch spacer on each wheel remake those inner fenders narrower then they are now. They just play it safe and build them 2-3 inches away from the tire. With what I said you could gain at least 2 in on each side.

    2. Tow hook isn’t original ….. THE most important part of a Lamborghini before they were actually designed and built by Audi.

  1. The Murcielago production numbers Dennis is quoting is for the later LP640. 304 produced for 2004. The 2004 Murcielagos were all manual. The 91 Diablo is actually more rare than that Murci. Also although the Diablo speedomter has KM printed on the dial it is read in miles if it is a certified US car. A wonderful buy here Dennis congrats on having some of the most special cars ever made.

    1. You know your stuff. I had the 87 Countach for about 4 years. Sold it in 2006 for $73,000.00 and now they are getting close to a million !!

    2. โ€‹@Roger Marcon100% correct. In 2004, I attended La Bella Macchina D’Italia at Skytop Lodge in the Poconos. Saturday was the concourse and Sunday was track day at Pocono Speedway. I went super early to the track day for the sole purpose to pay money to a charity to get a few laps around Pocono in a Murcielago driven by non other than Valentino Balboni. Since it was June 2004, it was a Grigio Antaris (I think) Murcielago with the E-Gear. This was the first year for it and they brought it to show clients how it was. I can arrest, Valentino even in an E-Gear car, is a MASTER!! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

    3. 2002 and 2003 Murcielagos were the only year that came in only manual. 2004 was the first year that E gear and gated manual were both offered.

  2. Big respect to Dennis. Let me say we ALL know why and for what Dennis was there for. But he still took the time and focused on the basically worthless mustang that clearly the old man was attached to. And he gave it and the owner the respect they needed to be ok with letting go the Lambo. Dennis is a real class act. He holds these cars, no matter their worth, to a standard that we should all respect. Kudos for taking the time to let that man show and explain the mustang to you and for staying engaged and respectful even though you are really only there for the Lambo. Great job. Successful people usually dont just happen into being successful and Dennis is the perfect example.

    1. โ€‹โ€‹@RayCHe ain’t shallow at all and the dude who wrote the comment clearly thinks if the doors don’t go up it’s a worthless car…that’s a pristine low milage mustang shaker hood, 2 owner…..that’s a 30k dollar car in Wichita ks

  3. Wow love those cars Dennis you really know how to pick the best and treat everybody with respect you definitely are one of the most down to earth person great videos and keep them coming

  4. I live in the UK and love how polite you all are to each other. Great the way you are with your staff. I would be the size of a house with the meal portions. Many thanks for your content. I too treat people how I wish to be treated. Regards Keith Burton.

    1. its our southern hospitality! I was born in Germany but have been in Georgia for 50 yrs & love it especially those Georgia peaches {women} โœŒ๐Ÿ’–โ˜ฎ

    2. I worked in technologies for a company in the 90s that was US, UK, French. We had an intra-company Electronic Bulletin Board, a pre-cursor to the soon-arriving internet. I absolutely could not believe how the UK people spoke to and about each other on this internet. of course, it would no longer take me aback, much of the US now speaks the same way.

    3. So polite he took the plate off one of his employees, if he did that to me the table wouldโ€™ve gone upside down and he wouldnโ€™t have even thought of doing it again.

    4. @DRM entitlement & a severe lack of common sense has plagued ‘Murica especially since the turn of the century

  5. Another great episode. Dennis, your talent is not only rich in detail for cars but also wonderful with people! You are an inspiration to us all. Thank you!!!

  6. There seemed to be a profound sadness of the seller and his family parting with these. One can always understand circumstances but Mr Collins is nothing but a pure gentleman in how he deals with a seller. It seems in this episode some friendships were made.

  7. I was just as excited about the skateboards as I was about the cars.
    I had a Sims Lester and a good portion of my teenage years was spent riding it.

  8. Another quality coffee walk episode, and a fantastic interaction with a great family unit. Isn’t it funny how even though there were 2 Italian exotics in the garage, the humble Ford Mustang still manages to make an appearance ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

  9. The Diablo in that deep, deep, deep black is absolutely beautiful and is my pick of the two! I really like “throw in” Mustang it’s been very tastefully modified. Sweet rides …… ๐Ÿ˜Ž John and his wife seem like really nice people. When Dennis asked if they were coming along to eat he very quickly answered “yes” like it was his duty as a good host.

  10. I wish there were many people like Dennis who are ALWAYS so respective of others. Man how nice would things be

  11. Another great vid from Dennis and his team. Great caretaker and I loved the skate board clip of the vid. Dennis continues to be the class of what he does so well. Canโ€™t wait for your next adventure ๐Ÿ˜€

  12. Been a fan of Dennis ever since he first debuted on Fast N Loud. Class act and just a great human being

  13. Once again, Dennis shows why we love his videos. He’s a car guy, there to buy some amazing cars from this gentleman, & takes the time to let him go through & show off his skateboard collection. I’ve never boarded, & know nothing about it, but that’s a nice collection, & Dennis shows a lot of respect to that man. He didn’t have to do that, but he respects other people that he deals with, & I love that.

    1. Hear hear. He’s a people person with his team and the people he buys cars from. The money from the channel is I imagine pocket change to Dennis. But I’m glad he takes the time to have a channel and share these experiences with us. The cars to me become incidental after a time. It’s the personal interactions and hearing people’s experiences during the time with the cars that keep me coming back.

  14. Much respect to Dennis, good man, always takes the sellers out to Grab a bite to eat when the deals closed successfully.

  15. Man these guys are class acts. Cool buyer and cool seller. I hope the buyer is happy and glad the cars are going from one cool cat to another

  16. Personally I think the M1 is underrated and has a lot further to go. It’s literally the start or the entire M division, an Italian designed beauty.

  17. It’s important to buy cars when interest rates and prices are low. My financial advisor also gave me the same advice. When rates and prices are low, it can save you money on financing and make the overall cost more affordable.

    1. My financial advisor advises buying cars when interest rates and prices are low. However, he also cautions against it right now due to the hidden costs of car ownership, like insurance and maintenance. He helps me plan for these expenses and manages my portfolio to ensure financial stability. It’s all about making strategic decisions and having a well-rounded financial plan.

    2. Having a well-diversified portfolio is essential for financial success. A financial advisor can provide expert guidance, minimize risks, and offer insights on profitable investments. They bring experience and expertise, ensuring your portfolio is optimized for success. It’s like having a trusted ally by your side, helping you achieve your financial goals..

    3. My Financial Advisor is Samuel Peter Descovich. I found him on a CNBC interview where he was featured and reached out to him afterwards. He has since provide entry and exit points on the securities I focus on. You can run a quick online research with his name if you care for
      supervision. I basically follow his market moves and haven’t regretted doing so.

    4. Thank you, i pasted his name on my browser and his portfolio came up. Just wrote to him and waiting for reply.

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