Fast Toys Club lets you drive the most bad-ass cars in the world
Cant' decide between that Rolls Royce and that Ferrari? Have them both with membership in the Fast Toys Club
We were just sitting here plucking money from our money tree, debating what our next company car should be… The Rolls Royce Phantom is tempting, but so is the Porsche 911 Turbo S Cab. Oh but what about good old American muscle like an SRT Viper? This decision is just too much for any anyone to bear. Thank God for the Fast Toys Club.
For the tiny little sum of $8,000 per quarter ($13,500 if you want all the cool cars) you get 100 days of total credit per year w/one designated driver and up to 7,000 miles per year. There are other perks too such as credit for bringing your own car into the club or sponsoring new members.
So let’s get down to brass tacks here… What cars are in the Fast Toys Club stable? Well, the lineup is always changing and improving, but here are a few of the highlights:
SRT Viper GTS: MSRP $140,000
Aston Martin DBS Volante: MSRP $295,000
Porsche 911 type 991 Turbo S Cab: MSRP $198,000
Dodge 69 Charger 'General Lee’: MSRP $60,000
Rolls Royce Phantom: MSRP $350,000
And to make membership in Fast Toys Club even cooler, they have a small offering of bonafide race cars that can be used with your credits at track events at famous venues such as Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, Auto Club Speedway & Dragway, Sonoma Raceway, and more.
Chris Carel, CEO and owner of Fast Toys Club lays out the business case for joining the club, and honestly, it makes a good amount of sense…
Every car enthusiast who has already owned an exotic or luxury car, knows what we're talking about. You realize your dream by acquiring a magnificent car, and then a few months later, you get bored of it. Then you see another car that hits your mind and your heart : you want it !
Then you say to yourself, I have two options: I can either buy this new car and add it to my garage alongside the other (assuming you can afford to buy two exotic cars), or I could buy this new car and trade in my current exotic.
The first option could eventually work depending on your garage capacity, but you'd still be limited with two cars (as no garage is unlimitedly expendable). The second option would make you lose a lot of money since your car would have already depreciated tremendously since the day you acquired it. Not to mention the fact that dealers take their profit on trade-ins.
That's when the troubles start… Owning exotic cars implies also going regularly to the dealership to maintain and service the car, in addition to some failure repairs (because everybody knows exotic cars are very reliable, right ?). Then you have to insure all of them, pay DMV registration every year, go to the car wash all the time, and so on and so forth…
Then one day, you find yourself wondering what it'd be like to drive on a race track to really feel what your sports car is all about. What no one tells you is that you're going to ruin your four tires and brake pads and that your auto insurance won't cover any kind of crash on the track…
That's when Fast Toys comes in to play.
So if you have the money, they’ve got the high-end exotics for you to spend 100 days of your year with a big-ass smile on your face.Roadtrippers, a great resource for anyone interested in travel.
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