Rare Precious Metals
When most people think of RPM they think of revolutions per minute, but have you ever thought of Rare Precious Metals? Well, that is the name of this beautiful car collection hidden in what looked like two abandon buildings in the back roads of Boston. Let me tell you, the buildings were not abandoned! This amazing collection had it all from an iridescent VW Beetle to the fine detail of a beautiful Duesenberg and everything in between!
Publisher: New England Classic Quarterly
Publish Date: Second Quarter 2014
On Page: 13
One of my favorites in this collection was the DB5 Aston Martin that looked as if it just drove out of a James Bond movie! The Hudson Hornet was another cool “movie car”, just like Doc Hudson in Cars. There was also a 1970s “bug-eyed” Lamborghini that was pretty neat. Don’t even get me started on how many Mercedes-Benz there were! As we all know, no Mercedes collection would be complete without a Gull-Wing. There it was, in its breathtaking glory as the center piece of this magnificent collection!
As my dad and I walked across the parking lot to enter the second building my dad noticed a 50’s diner tucked away in the corner! When we entered the diner we found beautifully restored benches, an ice-box converted to a refrigerator and many booths all with their own juke-box! I felt like I had dropped into the 50’s
The first thing I noticed when we exited the diner and entered the second building was a “Viper-Powered Auburn”! On the outside it was classy, as most Auburns are, but under the hood was a different story! This thing was an untamed beast ready to be unleashed! This monster machine had a V-10 Viper engine in it! Just the thought of it put another smile on my face! Overall I had a great day with my dad, the CCCA and many excellent cars!
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About The Author
When I was just seven years old I started judging at the world-renowned Greenwich Concours d’Elegance. Since then I have become a regular contributing author to the Classic Car Club of America New England Region magazine and I have been published nationally on multiple occasions. I am now fifteen and on the board of advisors for the Classic Car Club of America NER. From Amelia Island to the Boston Cup I have attended many car shows, tours and events along with helping in the process of planning the Classic New England CARavan for this coming September. I look forward to one day owning my very own classic and I hope to enter my vehicle in one of the various events I have attended throughout my childhood. E-mail - firstname.lastname@example.org