Nice Italian Sports Cars


Andydg
05-12-2004, 09:49 PM
I'll start of by telling everyone that this is my first post here. Anyways back to the cars. For the first time I got to see my nieghbor's cars. He has a Ferrari and Lamborghini...collection. This guy has so much money, he has his own 18 hole golf course and everything where some really famous people play from Chicago, it's just amazing. My little brother does some caddy work there in the summer and when he went to train other kids this spring I got to walk through the "museum". He has 12 Lamboghinis, and I think I counted 6 Ferraris. I wasn't sure on all of the Ferraris but did notice a 360 Modena, and a nice Testorosa. Of the Lamboghinis I saw a couple of Countaches, 3 Diablos, and one Mucialago (I know I butchered that really bad). I think the others were Miuras, and/or Japla I think it's called. Well that's it about that.

DavkeG
05-13-2004, 12:15 PM
U are so lucky! Do you even realise how special it is for some guys here to see even one Ferrari???

Andydg
05-14-2004, 07:28 AM
Yes I do, that day was the first time I've ever seen a Ferrari that wasn't at the Chicago Auto Show or at a dealership. This guy has it all!!!

DavkeG
05-14-2004, 10:07 AM
I take back my words....
why doesn't my neighbour have a ferrari and lamborghini collection? :-(

ricerz4ever
05-15-2004, 06:24 PM
u saw as many lamborghinis in one day that i've seen in my whole life

Andydg
05-16-2004, 01:04 PM
Yeah...but you probably got to see them on the road. This guy only takes out one of the Ferraris and it's one of the "cheaper" ones.

Here's a link to something about his golf course. http://www.golfable.com/golfcourses/courses/Sugar_Grove_IL_Plantation_at_Rich_Harvest_FarmsThe

http://abclocal.go.com/wls/features/shootout_index/shootout2003_course.html

In the second link all the way at the bottom is a pic of a building with a huge clock on it. That's where all the cars are at. Right in front of that is his private driving range. Also a friend of mine at school, his brother is a valet parker for this guy. He's gotten to drive some really cool cars, like a Viper, Jordan's Vette, and Brain Urlacher's H1. Too bad for me I can't seem to get a job being a valet parker.

-Davo
05-23-2004, 12:33 AM
12 LAMBORGHINIS?!?!?!

what the hell does this guy do for a living?!?!!?

Andydg
05-23-2004, 06:09 PM
Well the rumor that goes around our little hickville town is that he invented the bar-code. I can see how that would bring in some big bucks, but I THINK that he was a very good invester. Next time I go there I'll ask one of the security guards...they're like hair dressers and secretaries, they know anything and everything that goes on.

moslerporschefreak
05-30-2004, 10:15 AM
I'll start of by telling everyone that this is my first post here. Anyways back to the cars. For the first time I got to see my nieghbor's cars. He has a Ferrari and Lamborghini...collection. This guy has so much money, he has his own 18 hole golf course and everything where some really famous people play from Chicago, it's just amazing. My little brother does some caddy work there in the summer and when he went to train other kids this spring I got to walk through the "museum". He has 12 Lamboghinis, and I think I counted 6 Ferraris. I wasn't sure on all of the Ferraris but did notice a 360 Modena, and a nice Testorosa. Of the Lamboghinis I saw a couple of Countaches, 3 Diablos, and one Mucialago (I know I butchered that really bad). I think the others were Miuras, and/or Japla I think it's called. Well that's it about that.

You lucky dog. I can't believe you've been able to tour his collection like that. However, since he does seem to be a very genial person, could you see if there is any way that he would let you photograph his collection? Any pics are greatly appreciated here. Thanks and good luck!

DavkeG
05-30-2004, 10:17 AM
yeah, pics would be awesome

Andydg
06-02-2004, 06:29 PM
I'll see if he'll let me when I take my brother over there next time...or I'll have my brother take some pics.

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