By: David Bilger
These are complicated times, especially as aficionados of fine automobiles. Warm Spring days that would naturally be spent exercising magnificent thoroughbreds on twisty mountain roads have given way to scrolling through available vehicles online in your favorite chair.
The day is coming, though, where the invitation of the beckoning open road will be accepted. V12s, V10s, V8s, and potent powertrains will ignite with a roar, announcing that automotive freedom once again rules the day. On that day, you’ll make your escape. What vehicle will rocket you through sweeping turns, right foot firmly planted to the floor? Will it be something special?
Exclusive Automotive Group, just outside Washington D.C., has long provided exceptional vehicles to remarkable people. It’s where YouTube personality Doug DeMuro purchased his Aston Martin. One of the Dobre Brothers, also of YouTube fame, sourced his Vantage from Exclusive Automotive Group. D.C. has a vibrant automotive scene, one with unique tastes that this respected dealership is happy to deliver on.
An allocation for a Koenigsegg Regera is all but impossible to find, yet Exclusive Automotive
Group was able to source one.
They’ve obtained a Bentley Continental GT No. 9 Edition for a client, a Mulsanne W.O. Edition for another. Currently a Bentley Continental GT Convertible No. 1 Edition rests on the showroom floor, accented in 18-carat gold. Just 100 were made worldwide, and they are quite special.
On the Aston Martin side of the building, protected by stanchions, stands Vanquish Zagato #78 of 99, combining Zagato’s fluid, elegant form with Aston Martin’s pure performance.
Just 59 “Vantage 59” specified AMR Vantages exist. All are manual, and one has just become available at Exclusive Automotive Group. Ninety-five kilograms lighter than a standard Vantage, it’s a focused, engaging driver’s car with a top speed of 195 mph. The 1959 24 Hours of Le Mans “Vantage 59” livery is something to feast one’s eyes on.
Surprising offerings are always turning up, like a 1960 Mercedes-Benz 220SE with just 10,054 miles,
Or an immaculate 1977 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith II under 3300 miles.
Yes, soon we will be allowed to answer the call of the open road. It will be acknowledged in something extraordinary. Until then, we can make our escape online – through ExclusiveAutomotiveGroup.com.