When You’ve Got It …

Parking is at a premium near National Hall.

Of the few spots, many are reserved by tenants in that building, and adjacent ones.

So it’s not as if this driver is taking up a space that’s available to us normal Westporters.

He’s just taking it from a co-worker.

Or — more likely, since Paganis start at $1.4 million — an employee.

PS: Let’s hope the owner checked the weather forecast before heading in to work.

12 responses to “When You’ve Got It …

  1. Or not. 🙂

  2. I hope there’s was a surprise cloudburst.

  3. Dan,
    I know you to be a gentleman. However in my humble opinion it’s time to start publishing the names of these slime balls.

    • William Strittmatter

      Easy in this case. Batman. Or, I suppose more accurately, Bruce Wayne.

  4. There are a lot of men driving slowly around downtown on weekends in these loud, sinister looking batmobiles. The first one to do it while wearing a superhero costume is going to cause to me to die of laughter. Personally, I’m not sure what would scare me more: driving something that expensive on the Post Road or parking it and walking away.

  5. Dick Lowenstein


    Is a Pagani legal in the US?

    You cannot legally drive a Pagani Zonda in the US. There are several (approximately 10) in the US that get driven periodically. Most are here under “Show and Display” titles granted by the EPA and DOT. This permits them to be driven up to 2,500 miles per year.Feb 22, 2012

    I thought a pagani was an Italian pasta

  6. If you own that Pagani…chances are you are renting both spots legitimately. It is one of the most beautiful cars ever made…. a work of art that belongs in a museum! The engine sings as well as anyone of the Italian tenors!

  7. Charles Taylor

    I’m so sorry. I backed into your fancy car. Gee but I didn’t see it ‘cause it’s Black! Oh btw I saw a squirrel eating your upholstery!

  8. Dave Feliciano

    Wow, with so much envy in these posts I’m surprised the car didn’t turn green. Someone is successful, as are many Westportians, and he or she can’t have a toy? I celebrate the joy of driving fast and breaking the chains of the mediocre protesting accomplishments. I see a lot of $700 pocketbooks and 10,000 dollar watches that don’t even keep good time. Pseudo Status. Oh well, off to Port Royal.