This Nondescript Los Angeles Lair Hides 14 Of The Rarest Supercars

On a street corner in Culver City, California sits a nondescript building that could easily be mistaken for a Department of Motor Vehicles or some other slightly lacklustre establishment. Dark walls, no windows – it’d be easy to chalk it off as containing nothing much to pique interests. 

However, like an oyster housing a pearl, this building holds some real gems – a rare assemblage of 14 high-performance cars, nearly all one-of-a-kind models. The Robb Report follows Edvin Ovasapyan, avid car collector, through his personal museum of one-off vehicles. According to Ovasapyan “when I’m sitting in it, the car is me”. It’s this idea that has resulted in the tailored approach found on already limited-run models such as the Ferrari F12tdf, a 2009 Mercedes SL65 AMG Black Series, and a 2018 McLaren 720S. Get ready to be amazed.

SOURCE: Robb Report