Episode two of E4 series Made in Chelsea brought us an incredible car scene where Ryan Libbey and Louise Thompson enjoyed a spot of window shopping.

The loved-up couple waltzed into the stunning Joe Macari showroom in Wandsworth, glancing at the selection of Ferrari’s and barely batting an eyelid.

How they weren’t screaming and squealing in excitement, we will never know!

Screen Shot: Made in Chelsea, E4

Screen Shot: Made in Chelsea, E4

Although like a kid in a tuck shop, Ryan’s sweets were smeared with something bitter, as his long-term lover Louise attempted to start a conversation involving her ex-boyfriend Alik Alfus.

Ryan shunned the topic saying:

“The whole thing to me is just really weird, but I’d rather just look at the cars and talk about that to be honest.”

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Screen Shot: Made in Chelsea, E4

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Screen Shot: RYAN – Made in Chelsea, E4

Well said Ry-man, and we couldn’t agree more – to the cars!

Owned by a Pro

The Joe Macari showroom is, as you may have expected, owned by Joe Macari.

The billionaire classic car collector not only sells and services his motors though, having raced them for more than 25 years and winning prestigious classic courses such as the Goodwood Revival.

Joe Macari Showroom, Wandsworth, South West London

Joe Macari Showroom, Wandsworth, South West London

Joe Macari Showroom, Wandsworth, South West London

Joe Macari Showroom, Wandsworth, South West London

Joe Macari Showroom, Wandsworth, South West London

Joe Macari Showroom, Wandsworth, South West London

Cars Are Worth a Ton

We watched and gasped as Ryan bounced in and out of a butterfly door Mclaren 675LT, clutching the wheel and wriggling the gearstick as if he was actually thinking about buying the thing.

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Screen Shot: Made in Chelsea, E4

Nah, no chance mate.

Cars in the Joe Macari showroom are worth millions of pounds with their highest export of 2017 a LaFerrari, which sold for a cool $4.7 million.

Classic to Modern

As we saw, Louise was more impressed with the classic cars on display, eyeing up the Jaguar E-Type as a potential future wedding gift.

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Screen Shot: Made in Chelsea, E4

The showroom, based in South West London, boasts everything from a 1960 Jaguar Mark 2 to more modern cars like the McLaren P1.

1960 Jaguar Mark 2 - Joe Macari Showroom

1960 Jaguar Mark 2 – Joe Macari Showroom

McLaren P1 - Joe Macari Showroom

McLaren P1 – Joe Macari Showroom

Most Expensive Car

The most expensive car currently in their showroom is the 1972 Ferrari Daytona Spyder, on sale for £2.4 million.

1972 Ferrari Daytona Spyder

1972 Ferrari Daytona Spyder – Joe Macari Showroom

The ‘cheapest’ car is the 1971 Fiat 500 L for £13,750 – much more in your price range Ryan.

Scooter Hype

Of course, no garage is complete without some scooters.

The Joe Macari showroom currently has three scooters on sale, including the awesome Lambretta Li 125 Series 2.

Chuck Louise on the back of that and you’ll see off London traffic in no time!

Lambretta Li 125 Series 2 - Joe Macari Showroom

Lambretta Li 125 Series 2 – Joe Macari Showroom

Pop in!

Given, you have to be a Ferrari or Maserati client for a service, but the breathtaking showroom is on-hand for servicing, repair, warranty, parts and accessories, alongside a lot more.

 

Check out the full Joe Macari website here.