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Bill-Amos

Bill Amos has built up a wonderful collection of cars throughout his career as a physician. It doesn’t hurt living on Amelia Island, Florida where in March the area becomes the center of car universe. His philosophy on collecting cars is simple. Don’t buy them as an investment. Buy cars to enjoy and drive them. Bill has some great advisors when it comes to buying cars: Ray Shaffer, Ramsey Potts, and friends Hurley Haywood (pictured with Bill above), Dan Davis, Magnus Walker, and the Ingram Family to name just a few. While he leans toward the Porsche marque you’ll find a few Ferraris and a British car in his collection.

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SUCCESS QUOTE

“Anything worth doing is worth doing right and to the best of your ability.” – Bill’s father

“No matter how successful you are, don’t forget you didn’t get there by yourself.” – Bill’s father

CAREER CHALLENGE 

Struggling to get in to medical school. Listen to a wonderful story and lesson about what Bill did to get in to the school of his choice.

AH-HA MOMENTS

Seeing his first baby delivered during his junior year of medical school.

FIRST SPECIAL CAR 

A 1972 Datsun 240Z

BEST AUTOMOTIVE ADVICE

Buy cars that are fun and drive them.

GREAT AUTOMOTIVE RESOURCES  

Brumos Porsche – www.brumosporsche.com

Porsche Driving Experience – www.porschedriving.com

FAVORITE BOOKS

Porsche: Excellence Was Expected by Karl E. Ludvigsen

What Stays in Vegas  by Adam Tanner

PARTING ADVICE 

Don’t buy a car to stick in a garage. Buy one you love and drive it.

HOW TO FIND BILL

Bill’s Garage – www.amazon.com

Facebook – www.facebook.com/bill

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