• Jun 5, 2006

While we're not exactly sure where Britney plans on (incorrectly) mounting her son's baby seat, Ms. Spears has just picked up a pretty 1956 Porsche 356A Speedster. So says sister-site Luxist, which notes that as the Toxic driver can't negotiate a manual transmission, she's seen in the photo above taking instruction from her unidentified co-driver. Glam on, Brit... glam on.

[Source: Luxist]



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      • 8 Years Ago
      Remind me again - Why do we care what celebrities drive? Why do we care what they do at all? They're people just like the rest of us. The only difference is they just happen to have lots of money.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Cool, she can park it outside my house when she pops round for 'tea'. Same time next week brits??
      P.S. Can I have a go?
      • 8 Years Ago
      What? Did she watch "Top Gun" and think, "Hey, Kelly McGillis looks cool chasing down Tom Cruise in that "cute" black car."

      Then she had one of her assistants determine the make & model, then buy one for her.

      She brings shame to that classic vehicle. Sad. It's just. Sad.
      gbh
      • 8 Years Ago
      As long as she doesn't have passengers, it might stay under the car's max GVW...
      • 8 Years Ago
      I watched a show on DiscoveryHD about a company in LA that made REALLY good replicas of that car - my money is on that.
      • 8 Years Ago
      #3 Yep, the 356A was not that bad, until you got to the limit and then it could let go with a vengence. I owned a used 56 coupe, my first Porsche, great little car.

      #9 You mean "Little Bastard"? That was a much different car, a model 550-018 with 125 hp and a top speed of 150 mph. The 356A ranged from 44 HP to 100 depending on engine with a top speed of 125 with the 100 hp engine. Agreed though over driven with a low performance driver, an accident waiting to happen
      • 8 Years Ago
      This is oughta be real good, give it 2-3 weeks before theres a nice juicy tabloid story. Those masterpieces should stay in the hands of die-hards, not retards with money trees


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      scott ellison
      • 8 Years Ago
      i have been reading the comments on this site, and I think that all the people that put up a coment on this site are green with envy. So she bought a car, who gives a rats butt, good for her...and who CARES!!!! het a life...come to tink about it I should get a life if I respond to this crap...YIKES!!!!!
      • 8 Years Ago
      "The only difference is they just happen to have lots of money."
      .....and money makes the world go-round.

      I don't think anyone really cares about Britney, I think we're all having fun putting down someone that proves you don't have to be smart, or even have common sense, to be rich.
      IMO, that's why these post are cool, the responses are just hilarious...
      • 8 Years Ago
      Re: "While we're not exactly sure where Britney plans on (incorrectly) mounting her son's baby seat,"

      Britney says "baby seat, what's that for?"
      • 8 Years Ago
      I wonder how long it's going to take Britney to discover drop-throttle oversteer. Let's just hope the kid isn't in the car when that happens.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I doubt she would buy a $20K Becker replica when she has the cashish to get a real one... for her it's about the prestige, not the design of the car or passion that goes into the care/restoration/etc.

      She's a tart, but a rich tart.
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