Video: America’s Most Exclusive Car Club

I uploaded this video clip to YouTube earlier today. This is a short video of 5th Gear visiting “America’s most exclusive car club,” the Van Horssen Group, which is located literally 5 minutes across the freeway from me here in Scottsdale, Arizona.

According to the owner, Ron Van Horssen:

Owners of super premium automobiles often drive them less than 1,000 miles each year, making it hardly worth the time and trouble to maintain them full-time. Van Horssen Group solves this problem – and goes far beyond the limits of traditional ownership – by offering national access to magnificent vehicles, which are impeccably maintained and delivered to your locations whenever you want to drive them.

What do you guys think? Is this a practical way to drive these supercars, or would you prefer to own them individually?

For more info: Van Horssen Group

9 thoughts on “Video: America’s Most Exclusive Car Club”

  1. This would be practical, granted that you would want to drive a variety of different cars, but I think I would rather own my own and be able to drive it all the time, or on a whim. Besides, there is a point where it would be cheaper to own (long-term) than to buy.

  2. Man, I hope I can get into that club one day. Actually, one of my goals is to compete in the Gumball 3000 at some point. I was front and center a couple of years ago when they passed through San Antonio.

  3. I would want to own one super sick car over several for the simple fact that I wouldn’t appreciate each car–and I wouldn’t have the time to drive them all. I would also probably just worry about each one just sitting there not getting use. I would rather have one and baby it and drive it a lot–but then again, if I had that kind of money, I might become a collector.

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