Some would say that the only fun time to own an exotic car is when you’re behind the wheel. The rest of the time it’s either depreciating in your garage or getting maintenance done at the dealership. Fast Toys Club wants to ease the pain of ownership with a share-and-lease deal in Southern California. There’s also this quote, from owner Chris Carel.
“Every car enthusiast who has already owned an exotic or luxury car knows what we’re talking about. You realize your dream by acquiring a magnificent car, and then a few months later, you get bored of it. Then you see another car that hits your mind and your heart: you want it!”
That’s exactly how it happens to us! Kidding.
Fast Toys membership offers customers access to the cars, a certain amount of miles per year, 100 days of usage per year, pick-up and delivery, and a selection of track days. Gas is included in the membership. There are three levels of membership for HNWIs, (that’s high net-worth individuals): gold, platinum and corporate. Gold ($8,000 per quarter) gives you access to the first level of cars, 7,000 miles per year, 100 days of usage and one track day that can be traded for 17 days of normal use. Platinum ($13,500 per quarter) gives a bigger selection of cars, the same days and miles, but it only costs 10 days per track outing. Finally, corporate ($18,500 per quarter) gives you access to all of the cars, and track days again cost 10 usage days.
Gold and platinum memberships allow one driver at a time, corporate membership allows five.
Who is that behind the wheel of that Pescarolo 02 Le Mans prototype? It’s you!
Members can also bring their own cars to the club for a discount on their fee. Depending on what car they bring, it could get them free membership for up to two years, and maybe some cash back, depending on the vehicle.
For gold-level clients, the Fast Toys Club’s stable includes the Dodge Viper GTS, Audi R8 V10, Mercedes G63 AMG, 1969 Dodge Charger, Ferrari 360 Challenge and the Mustang Boss 302S. Platinum members get those plus the Porsche 911 Turbo S Cabriolet, Aston Martin DBS Volante, Lamborghini Huracan, Rolls-Royce Phantom, Ferrari California T and a Pescarolo Le Mans prototype.
Yes, you read that right; you can drive a Le Mans prototype at the track, with an instructor in the passenger seat. It’ll cost you 10 usage days.
Check out FastToysClub.com for more information.