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Saturday, May 02, 2009

Photos: Tamsen Bremen

Last week I paid a visit to the Tamsen dealership in Stuhr, Bremen. They sell Bentley, Aston Martin, Maserati, Ferrari and Lamborghini. Bremen isn't the only dealership they have, there is another one in Hamburg, just an hour away from Bremen. I arrived well before opening hours, some employees were just getting the cars outside for display purposes.

Tamsen has a wide variety of cars, both new and second hand. The second hand division even has a special building. Unfortunately it was closed. Quite a bummer because I noticed a very rare yellow Ford GT and a Lamborghini Gallardo SE, one of 250 only. The dealership itself wasn't open yet, they would open around 9.30 but as I said, I got there early. Although there were salesmen present, it didn't seem they fancied photographers. The front door seemed to be closed and you had to ring for someone to open the door.

Luckily there were a couple of open doors so you could have a look inside, from the outside though. When taking a photo of the all new Ferrari California, once again, a sales person didn't seem too happy. Quite weird, why open the doors if you don't fancy photographers. Anyway, they had a generous collection of cars stacked up there. I noticed a white Ferrari F430 Spider fitted with some Scuderia-striping and golden-colored Scuderia-wheels. Outside there happened to be a lovely Aston Martin DBS, my favorite Aston Martin at the moment although I quite prefer the Aston Martin V8 Vantage I'd driven a while ago.


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