I first found this 2014 Lamborghini Aventador LP720-4 Roadster 50° Anniversario turning onto Greenwich Avenue on 5/2/2020 (photos 1-4). I found it again turning onto Greenwich Avenue on 9/5/2020 (photos 5-7). I then found it again crossing over from Bruce Park Avenue to Railroad Avenue on 11/14/2020 (photos 8-10). The owner has many supercars/hypercars. So far I have seen his Ferrari 458 Speciale, Ferrari 488 Pista, Ferrari 488 Pista Spider, Ferrari 599 GTO, Ferrari F50, Ferari LaFerrari, Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta, Ferrari SA Aperta, Maserati MC12, Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 Miura Edition, this, Porsche 911R, Porsche 918 Spyder, and Porsche Carrera GT. One car of his I have never seen was his Ferrari Enzo however someone else posted it on Autogespot years ago. To this day, I still have no clue who the hell this guy is or what he does for a living. One thing I do know about him though is that, even though he has never approached me directly about this, he makes photographers blank his face and his plates. I am very much against this because 1) I do not like erasing the identity of the car or the owner and 2) I do not like other people putting their fingerprints on my work whether it's my graphic design work or my photography unless it is constructive criticism to improve the work itself. Despite this, I decided instead of possibly getting my ass handed to me, I blanked the plates and the face of the owner. I have too much going on and I don't feel like fighting over it. Sometimes you have to choose your battles. I have posted a few of his other cars on Autogespot before and I will link them in the comments below.