I was finally off on a Saturday so I decided to actually go to C&C for once.

Because of the threat of rain, I guess people decided not to show up, even though it was gorgeous outside. I took pictures of what I could then left after an hour.

I then went over to the show at the local Krispy Kreme and got yelled at for parking in a place that wasn’t blocked or handicapped or anything. And the owner at a gas station nearby was yelling at people at the show for blocking the entrance even though he had two other exits people could use. It was fun.

The mid-2000s super sedan race was in full swing at C&C.
I hate these things, yet I’m attracted to them.

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Yup.
Vape not included.
I always enjoy seeing clean old Saabs.

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A rather nice tuned M4.
Exhaust was nice too.
Altima SE-Rs perplex me. I can’t tell if I should like them or not.

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You’ve all seen it a million times, I know, but this S2000 is really good looking.
Can’t argue with this.
Vape DEFINITELY included.

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This excellent looking Spec B started life at the same dealership where I bought my Outback.
I absolutely loved this Forester.
Another common sight, but it’s the best looking 300ZX I’ve ever seen.

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The Governator stopped by as well.
If I’m not mistaken the owner of this created it with the intent of making an M3 compact.
I can respect nice 370Zs.

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A mighty malaise Pontiac.
Break out the retrowave.
In case you didn’t know, I don’t like Vipers. But this one was nice.

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This one was nice too until I noticed it had a snakeskin vinyl on the dash.
Like Zoinks.
I like a nice C4. Also that’s the gas station that started pitching a fit about the car show. I was parked where that red car was next to the Lexus, and was promptly told to move.

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Vanilla Ice spec.