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Hoosier industrialist loves Hoosier lottery as it helped him buy couple of Italian supercars

Moshe Bergmann is a Jewish Hoosier industrialist who loves Hoosier lottery. The factory that is dearest to Moshe is involved in manufacturing hot tubs and it brings millions of dollars each year as income to Mr Moshe Bergmann but still lottery remains the thing that has made Moshe more fixed personal assets like cars and houses and Moshe really hopes that the things remain the same in the future.

Moshe belongs to a family of musicians but his own personal passion has always been racing and cars. Moshe loves to make statements about the automobile industry all the time. Moshe says that fine wine lovers drive Mercedes, beer lovers drive BMWs and whiskey lovers drive Infinitis. Moshe himself doesn’t belong to any of these as he himself owns nothing but the finest Italian coupes.

One of Moshe’s best friends owns a Buick Grand National and Moshe claims that it is one of the best American cars that he has ever driven. Moshe wonders why they didn’t feature Buick Grand National in the GTA Vice City.

Moshe claims that with the latest Lincoln Navigator available in the market if you still buy that old and boring Cadillac Escalade, Chevrolet Suburban, Infiniti QX80, Lexus LX570 or Toyota Landcruiser then you clearly hate Ford with all your heart.

Moshe claims that in the budget category – BMWs, Porsches and Fords are unbeatable when it comes at having fun while your turning your car through the corners. Let me remind you that Moshe is a multi-millionaire industrialist and what falls in the affordable or budget category to him is a dream come true for many. BMW and Porsche are considered luxury cars around the world but for Moshe these are budget cars.

Being an Italian car lover, Moshe claims that he has the secret knowledge about how Fiat tried its best to create a market for itself in India by creating fake fan clubs but after decades of dealing with Fiat, the people of India are prudent, sensible and shrewd enough to understand their tricks and conspiracies, and finally Fiat had to leave the Indian market.

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