Groundhog Day Cars and Coffee, doing it all over again . . . but this time it’s different! In a new venue, much more pleasant, with more space. And the turnout was pretty much the best variety, quality and quantity of cars that I can recall. And this is in February, so I’m hopeful that it will continue to thrive.

Because of the quantity I did not take photos of everything, or even everything that interested me, so what follows is a small selection. I totally ignored the massive Tesla presence (with banners and dealer reps, even).

Car of the show for me (because it was clearly a labor of love that was pretty bonkers) was the “Big Gulp” supercharged NB Miata.

Massive nitrous bottle, fuel cell, and water-methanol injection supply

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327 whp per the dyno, and a description of the work
Eunos roadster steering wheel adds another little detail

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With a Delorean on one side . . .
And a classic Camaro convertible on the other side.
The green Cadillac was in beautiful shape, funny next to the Neon and the Sti

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Somehow I wonder if this owner still claims that it’s a Jeep.

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Thanks to Roadkill, I kinda want one of these set up this way.

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Needs moar ventilation of the engine bay!

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Lifted Volvo next to a contemporary family member
Lifted Subie, and a Mustang with a growth . . . should have a doctor look at that.

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Gulf livery, always classy
All of the colors!
I’m . . . not sure what the owner of this Ferrari 308 is going for here.

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Intact Ferrari keeping high class company
Cosworth?

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Yep, Cosworth. Montana plates, of course.

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Plymouth Signet
Freedom, Flex, and ‘Murica!