Tom Brady raises 0000 at the Robin Hood Foundation Dinner on May 2, 2007 by donating a private jet ride to training camp for a private meet and greet. Auctioneer is Jon Stewart
Fractional Seat Ownership FSO Welcome to MyJets, MyJets, Inc has developed a new air transportation model called FSO (Fractional Seat Ownership), a new concept which redefines the future of private air travel. The MyJets business model is unique and focused on saving time for a busy executive who needs to travel weekly between two locations that are within 500 miles of each other without having to charter a whole aircraft, buy a fractional ownership of a whole aircraft or be forced to fly on a commercial carrier. The price per flight is comparable to an airline ticket, and the Investment for the Fractional Ownership of the Seat and the monthly fee for management and maintenance are easily justified by the timesavings achieved. MyJets allows the executive who travels weekly to the same destination, the opportunity to buy a share on an airplane corresponding to his/her own seat. This is an inexpensive way to benefit from all the advantages of a private jet without the cost. The MyJets model has most of the cost and frequency advantages of the commercial airline, while having the comfort, security, and speed advantages of the private air charter. (Please read well this is fractional ownership) The target customer is the executive who does not live close to one of the 500 airports serviced by commercial airlines and who wastes hours driving to the airport, parking, checking in, going through security, getting a rental car and then driving to the destination. For example …
this car was in the showroom at the Barrett jackson Auctions in West Palm Beach. i didn’t get to see it auctioned there. but it was auctioned for charity. and it sold for 5000.00. this car is supposed to be the answer to the viper srt-10 acr. i think chevy hopes to break the vipers record at the nurburgring. let’s hope it does then maybe dodge will use that as an excuse to extend the life of the viper.
Chevrolet, founded by a racing pioneer 100 years ago, celebrates its performance heritage with the 2012 Chevrolet Centennial Edition Corvette, which features a sleek black color scheme, unique design elements and Corvette’s trademark sports car technology. The 2012 Centennial Edition package will be available on all Corvette models — including Grand Sport, Z06 and ZR1 — starting this summer. The special package was inspired by Chevrolet’s racing-bred foundation, which continues with Corvette’s international racing excellence and production sports car prominence. “Racing and performance are the roots of Chevrolet, a tradition carried forward today by Corvette,” said Rick Scheidt, vice president of Chevrolet marketing. “The Centennial Edition not only celebrates our 100 years, it once again pushes Corvette forward for a new generation of sports car fans.” Chevrolet will auction a Corvette Z06 Centennial Edition at the Barrett-Jackson collector car auction in West Palm Beach, Fla., on April 9, with the proceeds to benefit the Austin Hatcher Foundation for Pediatric Cancer. It will be the 100th 2012 Corvette off the assembly line, with a vehicle identification number ending in “00100.” This video is brought to you as a courtesy by Bob Maguire Chevrolet, a Chevrolet Dealer in NJ and a part of the Maguire Automotive Group.
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SOLD for $ $ 3 million ( £1.7 MILLION )SPITFIRE BONEHAMS AUCTION april 2009 restored Plane originally built b4 end WW2 The 1945 Supermarine Spitfire MK XVI being auctioned at Bonhams & Goodman PICTURE www.flickr.com The original Spitfire MK XVI was completed in late April 1945, just days before the Germans surrendered. Now it is to be sold at a collection of motor cars and aircraft by Bonhams in New Zealand This example saw active service after being constructed at the Castle Bromwich works in the West Midlands and accepted by RAF Cosford in Shropshire. Later it was flown in the 1957 Battle of Britain Memorial flight before being donated to the United States Air Force (USAF) in 1959, where it was displayed for the next 38 years. James Slade, a Hong Kong based businessman and aviation enthusiast, began to restore the aircraft when he bought it in 1997, before selling it to the current owner two years later. article in TIMES today saturday 14th FEB auction will be at RAF museum 20th april .. i read