You’d expect to see rare, exclusive, and powerful machines at a car show. Symbolic Motors took that to a new level at their latest “Cars + Coffee” gathering.
This first image is a perfect example. Are you familiar with it? More about this car in a sec…
A few hundred car owners and enthusiasts gathered.
LP 610-4. Love.
Classic and classic…er.
As a lifelong Lambo fan, I’m thrilled to see the latest design gracefully embody the aggressive yet elegant sleek wedge the company is known for.
Aston Martin making the scene.
Longitudinale Posteriore. Turning the engine sideways for a more efficient design in the early 70s. No big deal… just another game-changer.
Americans occasionally make great cars. The Ford GT definitely helps the US hold a candle to the pack.
Gotta love that Porsche Speedster windshield.
Okay… I guess I just couldn’t stop taking photos of the Muira!
These two hot girls were given a dusting of Porsche exhaust. The one on the right is my tiny wife and to her left is our friend, Sarah.
So many faces and lenses fixed on this Veyron…
But when this Pagani Huayra pulled in, the rest of the cars became temporarily invisible. Kellye and I saw a Zonda when we were in Switzerland, but we’ve never met someone who has laid eyes on any Pagani here in the states. At this moment, that changed. Most of humans in this shot are complete car/camera nerds. Just like me.
A couple minutes later, this 918 rolled in and stole half the crowd. This is no ordinary Porsche – if there is such a thing. This car is a hybrid… but not in the happy Earth-saving kind of way. The electric motors (plural) bring the total horse power to over 800. 800!
The mob walking with the car was trailed by this drone, which was undoubtedly getting a great shot of those amazing roof-mounted exhausts.
A big thanks to Spencer Berke and the folks at Symbolic Motors for putting on this amazing show.
I used to sit for hours – even fall asleep – reading duPont Registry, which is one of the best resources you’ll have when you’re ready to buy your first exotic car.
We’re excited to report…
Our image was chosen to make an appearance in the next issue. Keep an eye out for it!