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Cars & Coffee Palm Beach November 2019 Recap

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Presented by Cars & Coffee Palm Beach – Cars & Coffee Palm Beach November Edition celebrated the spirit of giving with thousands of display vehicles, tens of thousands of spectators, charities, vendors, stores, giveaways, family fun, and more. Cars & Coffee Palm Beach at Palm Beach Outlets, the world’s largest monthly cars and coffee event, is presented by Adam’s Polishes with support from Off Lease Only. Highlights included:

1. Carlin’s INDYCAR team, based in Delray Beach, FL, showed everyone why they are a force in motorsports and generous helping hands in the community. For 20 years, Carlin has been a major factor in developing some of today’s most accomplished drivers in the world. The team currently competes in the NTT IndyCar Series, FIA Formula 2 Championship, FIA Formula Three European Championship, EuroFormula Open, and the BRDC British F3 Championship. Overall, Carlin has 24 championship titles and more than 400 victories, including wins in series as diverse as Formula 3, GP2 Series, Porsche Supercup and championship victories in Formula 4, FIA Formula 3, Indy Lights and Formula 3.5 World Series by Renault. (Photo by Gregory Scott Ratner) 

2. Of course, the Carlin team took time to greet fans as well as enjoy and help distribute duPont Registry magazines. (Photo by Black & Yellow Photos) 

3. Mike Vetter and MTV Concepts showcased their new RAZOR Concept car, which caught the attention of all types of supercar enthusiasts.(Photo by Keith Chisholm)

4. European Autobody, Inc.’s Showcase Corner display included a rare Ferrari V10 Targa, 1 of 3 ever factory-produced. The vehicle is part of their award-winning collection, museum, and a new pop-up store in Boca Raton, FL.(Photo by Eric Fernon)

5. Resurrection Muscle Cars brought a huge array of six-figure restomod masterpieces, “today’s technology with old school cool.” Their collaboration with charity Future6 made for an incredible display on the Showcase Corner and Feature Sidewalk. (Photo by Eric Fernon)

6. It was a chilly, but soon busy morning in the duPont Registry Exotics Area where showgoers enjoyed clean cars and special sales with Adam’s Polishes.(Photo by Eric Fernon)

7. K2 Motorcars, Florida’s premier luxury auto storage facilities, brought a stunning MSO McLaren for the duPont Registry Exotics Area.
(Photo by Gregory Scott Ratner)

8. McLaren Palm Beach headlined the duPont Registry Feature Area with their latest models including a 2020 GT, 720S Spider, exciting 720S coupe specs, and so much more.(Photo by Tony Chicu Kermali/Classic Details Auto Detailing)

9. Colorful McLaren 720S vehicles were everywhere you turned.(Photo by Keith Chisholm) 

10. Here is another amazing 720S from that morning, affectionately known as “BluRazor.” (Photo by Howard R Jarrett, Jr.)

11. The Hangar Group, which offers fully customizable condos for cars and other collectibles, brought a jaw-dropping display including their customized Ferrari and Ducati.(Photo by The Hangar Group)

12. Also in tow, was an amazing IMSA Ferrari race car. (Photo by Keith Chisholm) 

13. As usual, Aston Martin Palm Beach, Jaguar Palm Beach, and Land Rover Palm Beach took center stage with eye-catching luxury vehicles. (Photo by Antti K Arro/561 Detailing)

14. A festive Pantera, one of the crowd-favorites, joined the fun in the duPont Registry Exotics Area too.(Photo by Gregory Scott Ratner) 

15. Palm Beach Classics never disappoints with their flagship vehicle, rare Mercedes specs, and fanfare.(Photo by Eric Fernon)

16. Minime Cars & Coffee, the exclusive kids’ club hosted by Palm Beach Classics, made sure kids and families had a blast.(Photo by Cars Computers and Cameras)

17. Tis the season at Lexus of Palm Beach, and their display was definitely a gift for showgoers to see. (Photo by Keith Chisholm)

18. Nick’s Tune-Ups and Towels, Florida Fine Cars, & Arrigo attracted a variety of enthusiasts with their beautiful luxury, sports, and exotic vehicles in the duPont Registry Exotics & Luxury Area. (Photo by Brygida Tr Consulting) 

19. There was no shortage of “the unusual,” including a 6×6 parked with Coffee Method, who provided complimentary hot coffee on the cool day.(Photo by Gordon Johner) 

20. Pristine Pros, which specializes in commercial odor removal products, offered a comfortable, beautiful and refreshing Mercedes Sprinter and display where showgoers could relax and pick up a copy of duPont Registry.(Photo by Gregory Scott Ratner) 

21. 9automotion, as usual, attracted quite an array of Porsche vehicles representing a wide range of models and vintages. Some Porsches arrived VERY early that morning!(Photo by TonyNap CAR-Tography) 

22. The 9automotion Porsche crowd seemed to grow every hour.(Photo by 9automotion) 

23. Speaking of crowds, Orlando Bimmer Club, Off Lease Only, German Line Motorsports, and Euromotive Performance hosted over one hundred modified, classic, and other rare BMW specs. What a line-up!(Photo by Cars Computers and Cameras) 

24. Custom Lamborghinis were also plentiful like this yellow Urus with custom everything including a mini version placed on its hood. (Photo by Antti K Arro/561 Detailing)

25. It may not have been cold enough to snow, but some exotics looked incredible covered in white, like a Lotus and Ferrari that happened to pass each other in line. License plates were on point!(Photo by Ed Maschke) 

26. Mission 22 and Legendary 1941 coordinated raffles and a food drive, which attracted close to one hundred specialty Jeeps to their area.(Photo by Jon Way)

27. Always a focal point, Fast Muscle Cars of South Florida’s Fast Lane hosted insane classic and muscle machines of all sizes, shapes, vintages, and varieties.(Photo by Eric Fernon) 

28. As for muscle, it doesn’t get more American Muscle than the 2020 Shelby Supersnake (825+hp) in Grabber Lime that Joe Zahradnik brought to the event.  (Photo by Joe Zahradnik) 

29. There was definitely something for everyone, even a one-of-a-kind mini truck just back from SEMA.(Photo by Jae Rosier) 

30. Everyone is getting in gear for the holiday season and our next event on Sunday, December 8, 2019 at Palm Beach Outlets, 8am-12pm. It is the 6th Annual Toy Drive to benefit The Children’s Healing Institute.  https://www.facebook.com/events/388642155108803/(Photo by Cars Computers and Cameras) 


Sponsored by Cars and Coffee Palm Beach

Cars & Coffee Palm Beach now meets one Sunday a month at Palm Beach Outlets in West Palm Beach, Florida. With 1500-3000+ show vehicles, thousands of spectators, and 30+ vendors each month, the show has become one of the most prestigious, widely attended, and increasingly popular automotive events in the region.