It may have been a few months ago, but the Greenwich Concours of 2012 was a big change over 2011, with a rain delay in the second day. That said, it did not stop people from enjoying themselves for the entire day. The caliber of the cars at the show this year was nothing short of spectacular, with a great showing of American iron on Saturday, and a true show of European flair on Sunday. This gallery is simply Day 1, with Day 2 coming at the end of this week. A special set of photos may follow for Best of Show.
This is a submission from our friend Drake who we met while out in California for this year’s Pebble Beach Concours d’ Elegance. He found some great cars, many of which we did not catch out there. There is also some solid footage from the Quail event. It is a bit long, but you will be drooling the whole time. Solid spotting. Subscribe to Drake’s Youtube profile for more videos like this.
Spotted by- Drake
the port from the Greenwich Concours, we took a tour of a hugely expensive yacht, and then took a walk around the lot, and saw this Interceptor convertible sitting in the parking lot with a Dodge Viper right behind it. This marina sponsored the Concours, and probably costs somewhere in the area of $400 per night. Gorgeous car, gorgeous yacht, and a very nice hotel–what’s not to like?
Spotted by: Nick and Al
While washing my car at a local gas station yesterday, afternoon, a local showed up in this beauty. It’s one of only 15 ever made in 1933, and one of only two left remaining. The owner lives locally and is an influential developer in Randolph. He also owns a few other cars, includuding a late Fifties Corvette, a Camaro, and possibly others. More pictures after the jump. Read the rest of this entry »
Spotted on my way up to Boston, MA for the 4th of July weekend with my brother, with my parents. Looks stunning in red. This car certainly perked up my ride from NJ to Boston last weekend for the Fourth of July. More photos after the jump.
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Saw this yesterday driving next to the Boston Common, making quite a ruckus as it came down the street. Looks like it came straight out of American Graffiti.
Spotted by: Al