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First US customer Emiras have landed

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It’s been a long time coming. First batch unloaded in Baltimore last night.

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Pic: Stephen Burke at Lotus Cars USA
 
It’s been a long time coming. First batch unloaded in Baltimore last night.

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Pic: Stephen Burke at Lotus Cars USA
As always, shrouded in secrecy.
Next up - nondescript trucks with secret cargo spotted enroute to various dealer destinations, shadowed by anxious depositor paparazzi.
The Emira has achieved automotive celebrity status.
Game on!
 
*sniff* It's beautiful... 🥹

Thursday, November 30th, 2023: Customer Emiras touch US soil for the first time.
 
Y'all, I spent way too much time on this.

This photo is looking directly at the sunset, with a very short distance to the water with no cranes, buildings, and other major obstructions, so I took a look at the sunset angle chart for port of Baltimore to see which RoRo location is most likely:

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Using Google Maps, I browsed around looking for the identifiable marks and found this perspective:

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Here's the Google Maps link:

 
Is that an expanded version of those bra things that were popular in the US for a while?
 
Y'all, I spent way too much time on this.

This photo is looking directly at the sunset, with a very short distance to the water with no cranes, buildings, and other major obstructions, so I took a look at the sunset angle chart for port of Baltimore to see which RoRo location is most likely:

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Using Google Maps, I browsed around looking for the identifiable marks and found this perspective:

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Here's the Google Maps link:

Nova either works in Secret Service or REALLY needs a job!!!!!!
 
Y'all, I spent way too much time on this.

This photo is looking directly at the sunset, with a very short distance to the water with no cranes, buildings, and other major obstructions, so I took a look at the sunset angle chart for port of Baltimore to see which RoRo location is most likely:

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Using Google Maps, I browsed around looking for the identifiable marks and found this perspective:

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Here's the Google Maps link:

Incredible!! 😆👏🏆
 
Y'all, I spent way too much time on this.

This photo is looking directly at the sunset, with a very short distance to the water with no cranes, buildings, and other major obstructions, so I took a look at the sunset angle chart for port of Baltimore to see which RoRo location is most likely:

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Using Google Maps, I browsed around looking for the identifiable marks and found this perspective:

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Here's the Google Maps link:

Love this post… I think we should be friends!!!
 
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Y'all, I spent way too much time on this.

This photo is looking directly at the sunset, with a very short distance to the water with no cranes, buildings, and other major obstructions, so I took a look at the sunset angle chart for port of Baltimore to see which RoRo location is most likely:

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Using Google Maps, I browsed around looking for the identifiable marks and found this perspective:

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Here's the Google Maps link:

Amazing skills! I have some old family photos from the 1900s through to 1930s - can you help work out where they were taken? ;)
 
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Thanks! They’re mostly India, Isle of Man and Scotland, a few in Europe. But one castle looks very much like another :)
 
Has any of these cars hit dealers yet? Anyone have photos of them at dealers?
 

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