Today in Spotted in China & China Car History the Geely Pride SRV, seen here on a parking lot just outside the eastern section of the mighty Fourth Ring Road in Beijing. The Pride SRV was a sub-compact wagon based on the Geely Pride hatchback. It is very rare to see any Pride on the roads of the capital today, and an SRV is even more special, let alone one as well-maintained as this particular example! There was basically nothing wrong with it; it was clean, the paint looked bright, no dents or rust, no missing parts, and everything seemed original.
A speedy Porsche Cayenne, Spotted in China by Reader Anonymous in the great city of Shanghai, thank you for the pictures! The good Porsche is wrapped in an eye murdering matte baby blue wrap, and is further porned up by darkened windows, extra shiny chrome strips around the windows and on the B-C-D pillars, shiny chromed roof rails, a fuzzy body kit with a large open grille and four tiny fog lights, and shiny gray five-double spoke alloys with red brakes.
A speedy Porsche 911 Turbo Supercar, Spotted in China by Reader Anonymous in the great city of Wuxi in Jiangsu Province, thank you for the pictures! The good Porsche is wrapped in an eye killing matte baby blue wrap with a separate shiny wrap at the front, and is further porned up by matte chrome winglets in the bumper, matte chrome rims around the headlights, shiny chrome mirrors, chromed license plate frames, shiny chrome air inlets, an all-red interior, darkened windows, and mean looking shiny black five-double spoke alloys with light green brakes.
A fiery red Ferrari 458 Italia supercar, Spotted in China in an underground parking lot in the great city of Shanghai. The good Ferrari is fitted with a red interior and slightly darkened windows. Best of all however is the license plate; reading A·458E6, and that is one of the best license plates we have seen on a Ferrari 458 in China.
A lunatic Lincoln Town Car, Spotted in China in the great city of Shenzhen in Guangdong Province. The giant American limousine is painted, no wrapping here!, in froggy green, and further leaped forward with henna-tattoo style decals over the rear deck and roof and sides and bonnet, and an absolutely brilliant spare wheel cover in a custom made chromed platform at the back. But check this:
A wondrous white W124 Mercedes-Benz E-Class six-door limousine, Spotted in China on the airport expressway in the great city of Guangzhou in Guangdong Province. The great Benz appeared to be in very good shape, looking very clean in white, nothing broken and nothing rusted, with shiny chrome and the original plastic wheel covers. Flagpole is confusing, as it normally points at an (ex) government or consulate car, but those are seldomly painted white.
A beautiful blue Mitsubishi Montero LS, Spotted in China in the great city of Guangzhou in Guangdong Province. Montero, meaning ‘mountain hunter’, is an alternative name for the Mitsubishi Pajero. The Montero name was used in Spain, India, and the Americas bar Brazil. The second generation Montero was manufactured from 1991 until 1999. It was never exported to China so how this fine example ended up in Guangzhou is a mystery.
A wondrous white Shanghai SH7221 sedan, Spotted in China inside the main hall of the Dalian Classic Car Museum in the great city of Dalian in Liaoning Province.The good old Shanghai was in near-perfect shape, bar for one missing hub cap.
A super speedy Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 Spyder supercar, Spotted in China in the capital Beijing. The good Gallardo is wrapped in an eye murdering shiny gold wrap, and further dressed up with racing stripes in Performante style, metal chrome five spoke alloys, yellow brakes, and a man who doesn’t want to be seen.
An impressive line of 13 Lamborghini Sesto Elemento Supercars, Spotted in China behind the windshield of a Volkswagen Passat sedan in the great city of Dalian in Liaoning Province. The vehicles were glued up with a seven-unit line coming from the left and five units from the right, with one car loose in the middle. Note live fly on the far right, that’s a real Dalian specimen!