Want to see something totally frivolous and privileged? Perfect, here's a video of some guy (presumably with an English accent) blasting sporting clays from a Ferrari convertible with a $20,000 (again, presumably) shotgun. Needless to say, don't try this at home.

Some garages just house more luxurious cars than others. And Chris Forsberg has found a gem of a garage on this week's Garage Tours.

In this episode Forsberg visits Redline Restorations in Black Rock, Connecticut, which is a high-end restoration shop focused on the European classics including Ferrari, Maserati, Aston Martin, and Bugatti.

Owned by Colton Amster, this bright brick shop prides itself on its concours-quality restorations. Our tour includes a ’37 Bugatti Type 57S, a ’39 Delage D6 race car, a ’61 Ferrari GTO and an unexpected 1970 Chrysler Hemi 'Cuda with an incredible backstory. After a behind the scenes tour of the garage, Forsberg gets behind the wheel of a Ferrari 250T (!), and then enjoys a few burnouts in a classic rear-wheel drive Fiat 500.

Check out the official Redline Restorations website.

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