Legendary Motorcar Television Series – Season 2

 

 

Episode 1 – All Original Ferrari 275

For 7 years Peter has been trying to buy a very original Ferrari 275 GTB 4cam from a guy in the Chicago area. Having met with nothing but frustration so far, Peter is ecstatic when a phone call comes inviting him down to the owner place. He and Gary uncover a true survivor car that has been living in this garage for 30 years. All original? 10,000 miles? Is that a Pebble Beach concourse I hear calling?

Episode 2 – The Thunderbolt

Peter receives a call about an original Thunderbolt drag car that is sitting in the LMC showroom. The caller claims he is too busy to come look at the car but asks if Pete can haul it down to a drag strip where he is running his nitro methane funny car on the upcoming race weekend. Not an average car, not an average customer, not an average weekend. This might be fun.

Episode 3 – A Shoe Fit For a Car

Peter has client come in looking to get rid of a good Jag, and mid restoration money pit in exchange for one of the new, muscular, 600 plus hp Shelby GT 500s. The problem here is not the deal, but putting a new car guy in the seat of a high horsepower street weapon. Pete decides some driver training from some of the best in the world would help, so it’s off to the Bondurant driving school in Phoenix Az. Meanwhile, the LMC crew is giving the new Shelby some sweet upgrades.

Episode 4 – Bullitt Build and the Gift of A Zonda.

LMC has a client that wants to build a replica of the iconic 68 Mustang GT as seen in the movie Bullitt. The chase is on for a donor car and a timeline that suits LMC, and the owner. As well, Peter keeps seeing this woman and her son cruising the show room at LMC. When he strikes up a conversation he finds out this young man is a very hardcore car guy, but he is dealing with a very serious medical condition. So the crew at LMC loads up one of the rarest supercars in the world and gives the kid the ride of a lifetime.



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Peter Marmon
905-878-1340