The morning began with the synthesized rooster waking me up; the time was 7:45. After puting on a warm jacket and grabbing my camera gear, I hopped into my car and made my way to Montecito. On the way, my mind wandered, wondering what cars would be there.
The morning started for me around 8am. Me bringing my NSX, I felt a little out of place with all these European exotics surrounding me.
As the cars started to pull up for the morning, this gem, a Ferrari 250gt, pulled up across the street. I was stunned to say the least.
This spotless 355 Spider was parked in the first row.
These classic Mini’s were some of my favorite cars of the weekend (I have one myself). The Mini group, although very small, is a very friendly group.
I don’t know how the owner was able to fit this huge blown V8 under the hood of this old Ford pickup.
This brand new M5 was parked next to an e30 M3. It looked like a monster compared to the small 80’s coupe.
A ’57 BelAir next to a Ferrari 355 Spider
Now, as far as 80’s sports cars go, this was the top of its class. The e30 M3 is one of my all time favorite sports coupes.
This was one of the coolest custom painted trucks, patterned after the famous Gee Bee racing plane.
This was probably one of the most uncommon BMW’s to see on the street; a BMW Z8.
The DeThomaso Pantera brought together amazing Italian design with bulletproof American muscle.
The Aston Martin DB7 is, I think, one of the best looking cars on the road. The next gen. Jag XKE, if you will.
As the morning came to a close and the coffee got cold, the cars slowly made their way home to a cozy garage where they would cool down; waiting to be driven again.