Jerry Seinfeld tells you facts about sport cars that you may not have known.
Hey everybody, Jerry Seinfeld here. You know, the guy with the biggest show of all time. It was called Seinfeld. Everybody’s heard of it, everybody loves it, it was the greatest show of all time. Just a little info for you right at the start here.
Now, I’ve had a few fans come up to me and say, “Newman!” – it happens all the time. After my bodyguards haul them off, I can hear them screaming in the distance, “Hey, Jerry Seinfeld, best comedian of all time, how about talking about some nice cheap cars on your next edition of Car Talk!”
Well, I’m happy to oblige. I’ll give you some cars that the average person can afford and I would never consider buying because they’re so cheap. Just like I would never consider eating airline food. What is the deal with it?
5 Cheap Cars You Can Find Anywhere
Anyway, without further ado, here are 5 cheap cars you can find just about anywhere, I think. All this talk about cars reminds me, though: What is the deal with parking at the Special Olympics?
5. Bugatti Veyron Supersport. This car comes to us from France, which is right next to France (remember? remember the old AmEx commercial I did? Huh? Huh? Funny, right?). It’s a good vehicle for the price tag. I will say it’s the only car on the list I own, and it’s certainly on the lower end of my collection, but it goes 0-60 in 2.4 seconds, which is decent.
Cost: $2.6 Million
4. Ferrari 599XX. Now I know this car is cheap because Jay Leno owns it. I remember going on his show back in the 90s to promote my show, Seinfeld, which was one of the biggest shows of all time, if not the biggest of all time. “The Contest” is just an iconic episode of television. Remember that one? Yeah, that was a hysterical one. Anyway, this car is Italian. The drawback? For the cost, it’s extremely slow: 0-60 in 2.9 seconds. Jerry Stiller runs faster than that! Remember him from Seinfeld?
Cost: $2 Million Plus
3. Aston Martin One-77. 750hp engine with a 7.3-liter V 12? That’s practically a steal for less than $1.5 million. I’d buy one if I weren’t so obscenely rich that I can afford way better cars. Maybe if they dipped this thing in gold I’d consider it, seeing that I make about a billion dollars a week from Seinfeld residuals alone. Remember the episode when we spent the whole time in the parking garage? That was a great one, right? Hysterical. Best show of all time.
Cost: $1.4 Million
2. Porsche 918 Spyder. Now we’re getting into some really cheap cars. These are six-figure go-carts if you ask me, the type of thing one of my butlers would drive or something. Remember the episode when me and George are developing the show and there’s that whole butler situation? Wacky, right? Hysterical! People love that show. Seinfeld is probably the greatest show of all time.
1. McLaren MP4-12C. You’ll pardon me if I have my face pointed far away from the computer in disgust as I dictate this to my Study #4 stenographer Gary. He’s also not quite as fast as Lenny in Study #27 but I don’t quite feel like riding the elevator to the twelfth floor of my mansion right now. It’s an exhausting trip. I suppose this is the car that hobos buy when they save up change for a few weeks.
Please don’t make me do this again. I find enough change in my couch to buy one of these cars every day.
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Some great resources on the Internet about cars
I gathered a list of some great resources for all you car fanatics out there. It contains some useful information about car listings, how to find a good mechanic shop, where to buy a car, and where to find other car enthusiast on forums. I hope you find this list useful no matter what your needs are. Enjoy!
Car Listings: (Here are some great websites to look for a car!)
- Car Auction Inc.
Car forums: (There are a 1,000,000 more forums out there for your specific car manufacturer, but here is a list of some of my favorites). Car forums are excellent ways to find useful information from fellow enthusiast about cars! They have great communities and excellent people to get in touch with.
Maintenance: If you are the DIY type here are some cool websites to help you maintain your car. I also recommend checking out car forums for your specific car. The users of the forums will have great information there to help you out when fixing your car. Check out my listing of car forums above.
Mechanic Shops: For those of you who don't want to maintain your own car take them to a mechanic shop. When finding a mechanic make sure to go to a well respected and trusted body-shop. Now where to find them?
- Yelp them to see their ratings and customer reviews.
- http://www.bimmershops.com/ (BMWs)
- http://www.benzshops.com/ (Mercedes)
- http://www.pcarshops.com/ (Porsche)
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