I left my house about 7:00 this morning and headed for Cleveland. After a stop for gas and to take some pictures, I arrived at the location for the C&C about 8:30, so a little early. I mostly shot on film today but won't get to the darkroom for a few days, so enjoy some ****e cell phone pics.
Note, I didn't take any photos of the exotic stuff, as I just don't care. There were a bunch of Huracans, F430s, F488s, GT-Rs, an Aventador (I think), a Merc something that looks like a ****, and some other modern stuff that just doesn't interest me all that much. If there had been a Diablo, I would have been all over it. I'm a 90s kid.
Too many Subarus, Focuses, and Mustangs. Also, the redneck demographic couldn't help themselves from sending it upon exit. Really too bad, honestly. So many near misses. I wouldn't be surprised if there was a crash after I left as 3/4 of the field still had yet to leave.
Here are some of my favs.
My M3 sedan with a turbo M3 in Dakar and a super fresh 997 Turbo. That thing was absolutely perfect. The 930 in the background will show up again.
So much want:
This is my dream car:
A very period FB
S-Car go swiftly, 150:
This is for sale at $18,000 OBO and I'm finding it tempting.
I didn't know I needed this, but I do:
Much of the show was pricey stuff, but I'm a loser so I don't care:
This brought me joy:
Why would someone put these wheels on this?
Caterham contingent and a Cappuccino:
There were five or six Vipers.
This 540-6 was so sweet:
MKII gang is getting to be middle-aged. I was once part of this club. I love this example:
A huge showing. Hundreds of cars:
This ratty 911 was just wonderful:
This has got to be the last surviving Accord of this generation in this condition in the rust belt.