I enjoyed meeting Spaceball-Two - smells like crayons, Dr. Zoidberg, and blacktruck14, sprinkles are for winners at Exotics at RTC. The links in their handles above go to their excellent photo dumps. There isn’t much I can really add, but thought I’d throw up my pictures as well.
430 with a Recaro baby seat!
Bad ass Cobra (which, as the others have already said, was probably a replica...we discussed whether it would preferable to have a replica to the real thing, so that you could actually drive it without worrying too much about the reliability of old parts or wrecking a valuable classic).
The thing that jumps out at me when seeing an F40 in person is is all the delicate, lightweight parts—lots of plastic and chicken wire.
NSXy. The one on the right looked well loved and regularly driven; the one on the left looked dusty, cobwebby, and a little sad.
There were lots of 911s, but this one was my favorite.
French turbo power!
This isn’t my usual style even as a big BMW guy, but this E36 just pushed all the right buttons for me. Note the Hummer glowering in the background.
Shelby GT500 vents. The engine compartment was in amazingly stock condition, down to the battery test sticker dated May 1967.