I've seen car clubs in New England but not one in Boston. The Otto Club offers Bostonians the chance to get in on the exotic car action. The Otto Club
is named after Nicolaus Otto who built the first practical four-stroke internal combustion engine in 1876. The club was founded in 2005 by John Caron, a former tech exec with a love of European exotic cars. The club offers cars such as the Ferrari 360, Aston Martin DB9 and the Maserati Quattroporte. The club has Black and Red membership levels. Black costs $28,000 per year and offers 30,000 points which entitles you to around 40-60 driving days and a mix of cars, weekends and weekdays. The Red membership is $15,000 for 15,000 points and 20-30 driving days. Membership includes your spouse plus one additional driver. The Helium Report interviewed John Caron
last fall and found that the company is planning it open a clubhouse sometime this spring and that Caron's favorite car of all time is a Mazda RX-7 Turbo II.
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