Collecting from Italy and Germany with some American horsepower with Dr. Ernie Eggers

We welcome to The Class Car Corner Dr Eggers as he takes us on a journey through his car collection over the years. Join us for owner / driver insights on the Ferrari Daytona, Massarati Bi-Turbo, Buick Grand National, and several Porches, highlighting the 1988 911 turbo. Join us for a fun discussion with an owner who knows how fast his cars go!


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