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Here Are All the Cool Cars I Saw During One Day in Monaco

As some of you know if you follow along on my Instagram page, where people with usernames like "jackr4bbit348277" make unbelievably annoying comments, I’ve recently been in Europe. This is why I have made several Europe-related posts recently, like that one where I saw the most Italian car accident of all time.

But my best automotive experience in Europe came when I spent a random June Tuesday in Monaco. For those of you who don’t know Monaco, it’s a tiny little principality on the French Riviera, roughly the size of a large college campus, and it has no income tax. As a result, a tiny studio apartment is approximately $2 million, and the place is full of crazy, ridiculous exotic cars.

And I mean FULL of ridiculous exotic cars. I was only there for about five hours on that Tuesday, but I still managed to see everything below. And while it’s true that you can’t really go above 40 miles per hour anywhere in Monaco, meaning these cars have to be taken elsewhere to actually be driven, I personally think it’s better to see these cars — even if they’re going slowly — than not see them at all. After all, we don’t have cars like this where I live, in Philadelphia. The closest we have is sometimes I will see a really nice Acura Legend.

Anyway: behold, the cars of a late spring Tuesday in Monaco. Find a car for sale

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