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Afshin

Afshin Behnia is the founder of Petrolicious where he and his talented team create beautiful and original videos and articles for classic car enthusiasts. They celebrate the inventions, the personalities, and the aesthetics that ignite our collective lust for great machines.  Petrolicious is a group of fans and fanatics, collectors and racers. One of their many wonderful videos featured Frank Mandarano with his Maserati 3500 GT who was a guest here on Cars Yeah. At Petrolicious you are invited to take a ride. Entertain your passion and drive tastefully.

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SUCCESS QUOTES 

“Everything in the universe is within you. Ask all from yourself. ” – Jalāl ad-Dīn AUTOMOTIVE CHALLENGE

Listen to Afshin’s dream of finding an Alfa GTV in Italy and taking on a tour in Europe. But the dream turned in to a nightmare when he discovered he had purchase a Frankenstein car. There is a good ending though…

AH-HA MOMENTS

By combining a variety of things Afshin enjoyed doing around his passion for cars lead to the start of Petrolicious.

FIRST SPECIAL AUTOMOBILE

1974 BMW 2002

BEST AUTOMOTIVE ADVICE 

It’s better to buy someone’s completed project instead of doing your own.

FAVORITE BOOKS

Car Guys vs Bean Counters – Bob Lutz

FAVORITE RESOURCES 

Manuel Leon Minassian – A friend of Afhin’s who is very knowledgable about Alfa Romeo automobiles.

PARTING ADVICE

Work with people that you like.

HOW TO FIND AFSHIN

Petrolicious – www.petrolicious.com

Facebook – www.facebook.com/petrolicious

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