Fast Toys Club Los Angeles

mvw1970g September 15, 2014 1
Fast Toys Club Los Angeles

Holy crap!!! Here come the posers. You crack head bums are gonna be fronting, stunting, and acting out all over LA provided that you are either in the drug, extortion, flesh, and/or shylock game. Otherwise, you will not be able to afford this. Someone has decided to bring another true car club to LA.

Now, the Classic Car Club Manhattan and Gotham Dream Cars have done all this before in NY. Club Sportiva has done it in LA so, it seems to be working for them so why not try it again in LA. For $30,000 a year you can drive some of the cars on this site. I sure hope they do a credit check and a body cavity check on the fools who are going to sign up at the Fast Toys Club Los Angeles.

Chris Carel, the owner of the club, has a great idea and I hope it works out for him. He feels that most people own a hot car and just let it sit in their garage, not in use most of the time, instead of having fun driving it all the time. He should know, because that’s what he used to do. Now he is giving the lucky people who have the funds for membership to the club, the chance at driving all of his cars. Cars like the Porsche 911 Turbo S, the 1969 Dodge Charger, the Aston Martin DBS Volante, the Rolls Royce Phantom, the Ferrari California T and a host of others including the Lamborghini Huracan.

You can get a 100 days use of most of his cars, along with pickup and delivery to your door, some track days, gas, and a certain amount of miles for the year. Fast Toys Club Los Angeles has three levels of membership; Gold, Platinum and Corporate; $8,000, $13,500, and $18,500 respectively per quarter. I guess for some of you this works out well in case that dog food and snowflake money runs out. If you really want to find out what each level includes then don’t be a punk about it and call or go to the website for yourself. Damn it people, I just gave you the link. SMH.

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  1. Ava Phoenix September 15, 2014 at 6:14 pm - Reply

    Hot !!!

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