prestige car

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Can I supersize that for you? Part 6: Citroën CX Prestige, 1976. Using the extended wheelbase from the Break/Familiale wagon versions of the CX, the Prestige offered more rear legroom than any other production saloon in the world at its debut. Later version also had a higher roofline but when CX production ended the XM offered no equivalent long wheelbase version

good places to share the beauté furs

- contact lense
- homemade muffin (very nutritiouse)
- work cloth for muche prestige
- car so humaine always have cat with

Honestly I’m confused. I’ve worked with 15 different doctors, and for the most part, it doesn’t sound like they are that happy. They sound envious of physician assistant’s, always noting on how they have less responsibility, more flexibility, and still make well over six figures. They talk about how their friends have days off on the weekends, whereas they need to be mixing in over night shifts and it’s getting harder as they’re getting older. They, for the most part, come from money and had their parents pay off their loans. All this money, all this studying, saving people, helping people, and yet it’s like, where’s the time for them to live? God, I know I’m smart enough. I know I’m passionate enough. I know I want it bad enough. I love working in the hospital and seeing patients.

But I also love watching the sun set, instead of being in fluorescent lights. I want to be sure that I’m not trading truly living, enjoying love, children, family, friendship… for knowledge. Trading it for facts. Trading it for money. Trading it for prestige, a nice car, a nice house. I’ll obviously be saving lives, but what about my own life?
I’m confused.

I’m sad seeing so many doctors divorced and seemingly unhappy. Saying if they could do it all over again, maybe they’d have been a PA. And the PA’s say, “I would have been a nurse practitioner.”

At what point are people truly happy? Being a cog in a machine doesn’t seem to be a likely answer. I just want to be happy. I want to watch the sun set and go surfing with my kids and potty train a dog.

Law school. Medical school. Graduate school. Fuck.

Bernoldi Wins Super Trofeo Race at Road Atlanta

The rain was no match for Enrique Bernoldi as he captured Round 10 of the Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo North America Friday at Road Atlanta.

Bernoldi earned his second win of the season in the #1 Prestige Performance Huracán representing Lamborghini Paramus, finishing 7.7 seconds ahead of Richard Antinucci and Edoardo Piscopo in the #50 O'Gara Motorsport entry representing Lamborghini Beverly Hills.

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A ravishingly beautiful 1933 Rolls Royce Phantom II Sports Saloon with a division, by Thrupp and Maberly . Last of the six cylinder models and in fantastic condition with Deco fittings including a yellow silk headlining . Yours for only £144,000 (2017) from Vintage and Prestige Cars. Worth every penny!

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A completely stunning example of British coachbuilding at its finest matched to the ‘Best car in the world’ . A 1933 Rolls Royce Phantom II Continental Sedanca de Ville by Barker. This car was exhibited at the 1933 Paris Salon on the Rolls Royce stand. It’s been beautifully restored with pale blue leather to the rear as well instead of the original cloth. Leather was regarded as a little rough and only fit for the Chauffeur back then. It has a very interesting history. Vintage and Prestige Cars will be pleased to part with this for a mere £225,000 .