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Bulger's Beat: Exotic cars for rent, thrills at Nashville business

NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

There's a unique opportunity now in Nashville to drive the exotic car of your dreams. If you have the need for speed, a Lamborghini or a Ferrari can be your rental ride for a whole day or even just a couple hours.

"Oh, it's unbelievable. There's nothing like a Lamborghini - over 500 horsepower. It's an adrenaline rush," said Jonathan Bowman, owner of Music City Dream Cars.

The roar of an Italian Roadster is a not-so-subtle signal that something special is coming, and Bowman wants you to feel the rush, too.

For about $1,000 a day, $500 for a few hours, you can push the pedal in a fire-red Ferrari, classic white Rolls Royce or another of several classic cars available to you.

"Anyone can drive them. It's just like a normal car. You've got to be careful, because it's very fast. But once you get used to it, it's just so much fun," Bowman said.

This is not a moment for the modest or the bashful. Take one of these beauties for a spin, and you will get mouth wide-open stares.

"Everyone's gonna see you. You go down Broadway, everyone will be pointing and taking videos," Bowman said.

The business plan is simple and has worked in Miami and other American cities. Bowman hopes it will work in Nashville, too.

For more information, visit: http://www.musiccitydreamcars.com.

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