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  • Writer's pictureDavid Baker

Who's laughing now?

If you've ever watched an episode of the popular web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee (also shown on various broadcast networks), then you're familiar with the format. Comedian Jerry Seinfeld picks out a classic car (some of which are exceedingly rare and/or valuable) and then nonchalantly and "unexpectedly" drops in on an actress, another comedian, or even a former President so as to drive them around and eventually stop for coffee.

It's a surprisingly simple formula as well as surprisingly entertaining. And even though some episodes are much better than others, it is fun to see the "rich and famous" somewhat out of their element (watch the Steve Martin episode to see what can rally go wrong in a vintage automobile).

Jerry is obviously a classic car aficionado and exceptionally well-connected in the entertainment world.

But he was not left laughing when he got embroiled in a series of lawsuits stemming from the purchase and sale of several seemingly classic Porsches. Lucikly for Jerry, the cases recently settled and you can find out more about what happened in the Fox News article here:

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