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- June 4, 2011 at 12:43 am #127883AnonymousGuest
Cars and Coffee was a little bit of a mess on this date. The landscaping around the lot is being redone and someone didn’t program the sprinklers properly on one side of the lot. They got stuck on and made a mess of things. They rendered one side of the lot useless because nobody wanted to park there and have their car get wet. This also caused little rivers to flow down the drainage channels so that you had to really pay attention to where you stepped. But eventually the landscapers showed up and shut them off, allowing the show to go on as normal.
As always there were many beautiful automobiles in attendance to fit everyone’s individual taste. From a minty Lamborghini LM002 to the Lincoln MKR concept. There was a conglomerate of Alfa Romeo’s in attendance which took over the corral. At the same time Lincoln was offering real and virtual test drives of it’s latest models. If you took a test drive you got a free coffee mug and free breakfast which was a nice treat for those who participated.
In my previous Cars and Coffee post I told you guys how I was given the opportunity to sit in one of my modern dream cars, Porsche GT3RS, and got stuck in it. Well, at this Cars and Coffee I was invited to sit in a fairly rare Ferrari 365 GTC/4. These have been on my dream car list for a good bit so I quickly jumped at the chance. Well, we can say my dreams of one day owning this “forgotten” Ferrari were crushed as I didn’t fit in the car. My right leg became stuck between the steering wheel and the dashboard. The car already has a very small steering wheel, I would basically have to have a wheel barely larger than the steering hub in order to drive this car. Oh well, there’s still a good amount of cars left on the list that I haven’t tried on for size.
Well enough of my rambling, here are the picks of the pics:June 4, 2011 at 12:43 am #133025June 4, 2011 at 12:44 am #133026June 4, 2011 at 12:45 am #133027AnonymousGuest
As always you can view the full gallery CNCpics.com
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