3 petrol heads, a classic Cobra, Signal Hill and a stunning winter’s evening in Cape Town…
I have always been a “new age” car fan – I’m the type that has always preferred modern sophistication over classic charm and purity. The intricacies of a V12 turbocharged motor or the latest execution of a high-end vehicle’s control system have always excited me more than the smooth lines and simple knobs and controls of a 60s sports car.
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Spring is in the air and there is no better time to explore Cape Town in one of our classic cars. The whales are here, the landscape is green and lush and summer is in the air. Hire one of our classic topless sports car to visit all of Cape Towns famous landmarks and hidden gems that are around every corner. There are still a few flowers dotting the West Coast so take a drive up to Langebaan for a down to earth seafood fiesta at Die Strandloper or Muisbosskerm in Lambert's Bay. Whatever you do, appreciate the scenery, stop and smell the flowers , indulge in the magestic beauty of the Southern Rights frolicking on our shortline and mostly enjoy the wonderful city that we are so blessed to be a part of.
The World Cup has come and gone with great success. South Africa managed to showcase our talents, beauty and willingness to take the bull by the horns and make things happen. Hopefully we managed to prove to the world that we are a destination of choice. Here in Cape Town, we enjoyed every moment of having visitors from all over the world enjoying our beautiful landscape, our wine farms, our beautiful stadium, pubs and restaurants and our diverse people. Much fun was had by all.
The whales have just arrived, so hire a classic Cobra and explore our gorgeous coastline and spot some whales. The Hermanus Whale Festival is heading our way, so take the scenic route to Hermanus and enjoy the festivities.
The 2010 World Cup is just around the corner and our Cobra's are ready to take on the streets. The cars are getting booked up quickly so if you are hoping to cruize around in style during the football festivities you best act fast. Between matches there is so much to see and do in Cape Town that you better start putting together a list to tick off all those once in a lifetime opportunities that the Western Cape has to offer from diving with sharks and going on a helicopter flip to sipping champagne on table mountain and exploring the winelands. Get ready and put on those exploration boots.
We received 2 new Cobra's in December, one Black with a white stripes and the other is Prowler Orange with white stripes. Check out the photo gallery for pics. Like the old cobras the new ones are built by Backdraft Racing in Durban, the engines are fuel injected Chev Vortek 4.8ltr with electronic 4 speed automatic gearboxes.