Over the President’s Day weekend my dad decided to go on a short excursion up the Sonoma Coast of California, north of San Francisco and Marin. Despite being a rather isolated region, the rampant wealth of both money and good taste was not absent here. Plenty of rare and expensive cars were seen, some of which I was able to catch on camera.

What is this? I can’t decide if it’s British or Italian, or both as the case may be.
Battered Vehicross sporting no rear bumper or cladding found at an isolated hiking spot.
Plymouth Arrow at our cabin site (our Ody is in the upper left). When was the last time you saw one of these?
Arrow dwarfed by modern Q5.
Volvo Amazon Estate at Fort Ross, CA.

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Early Jag E-Type (or a replica) also seen at Fort Ross, CA.
Passing 458 Italia(?) convertible/targa on Hwy 1.
Eagle Premier in front of the E60 Bimmer. Also a rare sight, although you can consistently find this one parked in the same spot in San Francisco’s Richmond District.

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One of many Sportcrosses spotted in SF. Not really rare around here.
Did not know that these behemoths...
...come with wheels from Enkei. (left imprint, right one is the JWL stamp) Sorry about horrible iPotato zoom.

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As with every trip, there are the ones that get away. This time this group included a Series I Alfa Spider, a ‚Äė90's Bentley Brooklands/Turbo R (couldn‚Äôt discern from a distance), a Ferrari 599, and a Murci√©lago (might have been an SV because awkward body kit and wing.) So, what do you think of this odd menagerie of wild automobiles?