Something must have happened recently, because this car show absolutely ballooned in size, possibly doubling since I last attended. There were many special cars onsite, but the star of the show, no doubt, was the F40.
This classic 911 was the embodiment of my perfect classic motoring dreams.
Luckily, this isn’t the 1st time I’ve seen this 911 around, and hopefully won’t be the last.
The upholstery was astounding.
So many Z06s...
Not a complaint.
Almost impossible to get a wideshot of the F40 without people blocking it.
Question: What’s the thing that looks like a tiny caliper on the right hand side of this R8’s brake disk?
I love the simplicity of McLaren’s interiors.
The carbon fiber was a wrap, sad.
Inside the Miata that was parked next to the bright green Murcielago roadster.
Glad I got to see this 599 GTO again, unfortunately he sandbagged his exit of the Promenade and we were denied the aural pleasure of that glorious V12.
Best NSX I’ve ever seen. Great BBS wheels, awesome diffuser and exhaust, alcantara wrapped steering wheel.
991 in gulf oil paint scheme.
Great spec: Dark brown paint, dark caramel interior.
Really liked this shot, only wished I’d done it more center, or clearly from an angle. It just looks off and I can’t go back and retake it.
Other start of the show was this 458 Speciale.
The AMG GT left the mall with a few others quite spectacularly.
S2000: Will it baby?
Sleekest car goes to this gorgeous Gallardo that managed to not look dated like its brethren have.
Always a sucker for Exiges.
The crowd spectating the exiting supercars. A wonderful thing.
Amazed at how open the rear of the car was with all the vents and cuts in the carbon and plexiglass.
Mercedes McLaren SLR.
Came back from lunch and the F40, engine turing, was about to leave. Managed to snap a few pictures and followed him out toward the Interstate.