As it was the third Saturday of the month, after Cars & Coffee there was the Porsche Club meeting. However, I pretty much dropped the ball and hardly took any photos of the Porsches…. So I’ll just be adding them to the Cars & Coffee photos. Heh. My bad.
However, it was another great turn out for Cars & Coffee! Yippee! Had some new cars and faces out and everything.
This time I made sure to get at least one photo of the Ferrari F430 with my camera. I don’t care how many times I see them, I love them!
The dealership decided to have fun
torturing tempting me with this beautiful Guards Red 1986 coupe. Only thing missing for me would be a whale tail, but those sport seats are ridiculously comfortable…. I really wanted to take her home. :/
There was this adorable MGA out. What a fantastic little car, she’s a full restoration and was acquired through a trade off a property in Montana, where she was left out for four years with the top down. But you’d never know that just by seeing her now!
Our friend had his Porsche 944 out, since he was joining the Club on their poker run and lunch activities later in the day.
I ended up bringing the S2000 out again, which is nice because I’m slowly getting some decent photos of her as she sits now. Still need to install the coilovers though…
And our STi was sporting her new Hella lights. They need to be wired up yet, but they look great I think!
This Jaguar XK150 was at the British Detailing Session, but I don’t mind seeing more of her!
We had a small group of two BMWs and an Audi roll up — some very nice looking cars.
This 750iL had a GoPro attached, and I believe the guy was also taking video with a camera too. Not sure where it will get posted, but I’d love to see how it turns out! (If he ever finds this or someone who knows him does.)
The Audi was sporting one of the craziest wheel fitments I’ve seen in person to date. Quite the number of stickers, too. Wonder if she’s been on any of the sites?
My favorite of the group, though, was this M3 convertible. The BBS CH-R wheels fit perfectly under the fenders, and the whole car was just really clean and well done. Major props!!
Another quick shot of another bimmer and the VW Corrado that’s been posted in Cars & Coffee here before.
And a nice old school Japanese car for y’all — a Datsun 210. This one was new to me, as I really don’t know Datsuns other than the 510 (which came after her) and the Z cars. Clearly a work in progress, but that’s just how projects go as I’m sure most of you know.
I always give some love to the classic 911s that I find, and these two sitting off by themselves looked great. I’m not sure if the cream one is an SC or a 3.2 Carrera, but I know the black one is a 964.
Another SC or 3.2 Carrera, this time a black Targa. I’m working on differentiating the two. For now, I can only narrow down the years by the fog lights and they overlap between the SC and the 3.2.
Lastly, the Boxster S belonging to the president of the local chapter of the Porsche Club. It turned out to be a fantastic day for convertibles, even though the top is up here.