Check out Lexus' supercar, the LFA. This car is not for sale. If you want one, you'll have to lease it from Lexus and you only get to lease one if Lexus deems you "worthy". Lexus claims the goal is the prevention of harding and speculative buying.... Um, thanks Lexus... (Interestingly, in a competition at street racing speeds, a Nissan GTR will beat a Lexus LFA... Of course, once the speeds get more extreme, the LFA will walk away from the GTR.)
 
Panama City, Panama is a booming metropolis in Central America. It's a hub for international trade and there are massive skyscrapers going up all over the city. Of course, there are exotic cars (including this sizzling Red Nissan GT-R).

Exotic Cars in Panama - Red Nissan GT-R
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A side note: How many times have you had some college kid giddily proclaim to you, "I'm going to "Panama" for Spring Break!" ?   You reply, "That's wonderful. Central America is a beautiful part of the world and Panama is a wonderful place to vacation." The college kid then gives you a confused look and, while using a tone that suggests you should brush up on your geography knowledge, says something to the order of, "Huh??? Central America?... What?... Uh, I'm going to Flo-rida. You KNOW Pan-am-a C-i-ty." You then shake your head and simply walk away hoping that the kid will stumble upon Panama City, Panama while attempting to use Google Maps on his iPhone to show his buddies the best route for their Spring Break trip.

Here is a peak into the REAL "Panama", i.e. not Panama City, Florida  =)   Chevere!

Words by Josh Goler
Photos by Javier A. Ortiz
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Donald Trump is building this tower in Panama City. Notice the tower crane on top.
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Exotic & Luxury Cars in Central America
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Awesome Twisted Tower!
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Look at the colors and the twisting architecture. Truly a beautiful building.
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Interesting Fact: The Panamanian currency is the Balboa (It is only made in coins these days. Paper Balboas are not longer printed). Since its creation in 1904, the Balboa has been tied to the US Dollar on a 1 to 1 basis. So, if you're coming from the USA, just bring dollars and spend them, as they are accepted in trade with no problems. In fact, the US Dollar is the paper currency that is used in Panama (since paper Balboas are no longer printed.)
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This is what license plates look like in Panama.
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Sube! Sube! Sube! Hasta las nubes! - Pitbull
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Guess who won the drag race between the Red Nissan GTR and the Black Hyundai. Hmm...
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Your favorite fearless blogger is back with another crescent fresh post of automotive greatness. Please enjoy this video of a modified Pontiac GTO performing a textbook burnout.  Dear readers, I implore you to take notice of the ample billows of smoke emanating from the tires and the well defined black streak left behind on the pavement. This,my friends, is how a burnout should be done.