Sponsored by Cars and Coffee Palm Beach - Cars & Coffee Palm Beach March Edition at Palm Beach Outlets welcomed special co-host Michelin USA and their featured guests to the Showcase Area. The event is the world's largest cars and coffee event with thousands of display vehicles, tens of thousands of spectators, vendors, stores, giveaways, free coffee courtesy of Blackout Coffee Co., and something for everyone. The monthly celebration is presented by Adam's Polishes with support from Off Lease Only and Powersports of Palm Beach.

Highlights included:

1. An impressive Ferrari Dino from the renowned Larry Wilson Collection headlined the east side of the Michelin Showcase. (Photo courtesy of John Zeilinga)

2. GEAR Racing Team's #19 IMSA Lamborghini turned a lot of heads in the Michelin Showcase Area. Since the event's date of Mar 8 was International Women's Day, the team was an extremely appropriate addition as GEAR stands for "Girl Empowerment Around Racing." (Photo by Keith Chisholm)

3. A 1954 Maserati A6GCS Spider, also part of the Larry Wilson Collection, helped demonstrate the diversity of the Michelin line and the amazing array of vehicles that the Wilson Collection has secured, restored, and maintains.  (Photo by Mike Melnick) 

4. Race Car Driver Tristan Nunez, of IMSA's #77 Mazda RT24-P DPI, was on hand to meet fans, sign autographs, talk tires and, of course, browse the latest issue of duPont REGISTRY. (Photo by Rohan Jackson)

5. Michelin hosted ANSA Motorsports front and center with their Ligier JS P3 and KTM X-Bow RR, two of the vehicles they use for pro and club racing activities.  (Photo courtesy of ANSA Motorsports)

6. Elo, owner of Miami Supercar Rooms, was back by popular demand in the Michelin Feature Area with his one-of-a-kind 1968 Lamborghini Espada Rat Rod. He took a few moments to explain the build by Danton Art Kustoms and all of the hard work and creativity that went into designing the 6-7 figure gem.  (Photo by Black & Yellow Photos) 

7. iHeart Radio's popular on-air personality Carmine, from Wild 95.5, made sure showgoers in the Michelin area found their groove. He also found some favorite articles in the latest issue of duPont REGISTRY.  (Photo by Rohan Jackson)  

8. At least 8 Ford GTs graced the show field, including a black second generation GT with the Tire Kingdom/Michelin tents.  (Photo by Keith Chisholm) 

9. Brian Stormer returned to the event and Michelin Showcase with his second generation Ford GT "Storm Trooper."  (Photo by Norm Morton/Automobile Heaven) 

10. Scott Mazzo and his son Nick, who often bring a show-stopping Bugatti Veyron to the event, made another great impression with their blue GT 40.  (Photo by Richard Mason Hughes) 

11. Naturally, Nick Mazzo was glad to peruse the latest issue of duPont REGISTRY after the GT 40 was in place by the Showcase Area.  (Photo by Rohan Jackson)  

12. The Ford GT theme continued into the duPont REGISTRY Exotics & Luxury Area with one of Pejman Ghadimi's latest acquisitions, a red first generation GT. A regular of the show, Ghadimi is author of Third Circle Theory and Founder of Secret Entourage and Exotic Car Hacks.  (Photo by Keith Chisholm) 

13. Ford GTs were everywhere you turned in the duPont REGISTRY Area and a few other first generation specs mixed well with the variety of vehicles.  (Photo by Keith Chisholm) 

14. Adam's Polishes Founder Adam Pitale traveled to Florida for the event and pleased showgoers with his demos, autographs, and expertise. For over 19 years, Adam's Polishes has brought passion and perfection to the car care and detailing world. Adam demonstrated how their polishers and products outshine the rest on a blue Maserati Levante GTS.  (Photo by Black & Yellow Photos) 

15. Of course, Adam Pitale was also enthusiastic about his copy of duPont REGISTRY.  (Photo by Rohan Jackson) 

16. Lamborghini Palm Beach orchestrated quite the Lamborghini Block Party in the duPont REGISTRY Exotics Area, including a 1 of 63 Lamborghini Aventador SVJ 63.  (Photo by Black & Yellow Photos) 

17. Lamborghini Palm Beach welcomed World Champion Lamborghini Race Car Driver Brandon Gdovic to the event with their very intimidating Lamborghini Palm Beach race car.  (Photo by Richard Mason Hughes) 

18. Lamborghinis lined the area from custom Huracans and Aventadors to a Urus and back around to the race cars.  (Photo by Black & Yellow Photos)  

19. Lamborghini Palm Beach's orange Mercedes McLaren photobombed the Lamborghinis but certainly brought even more color to Detail Dude's display section, which played host to a lot of the Exotics & Luxury Area guests.  (Photo by Mike Melnick) 

20. McLaren owners like Ron Leonard and Supercar World TV's James Guerra made sure British supercars were well-represented in the duPont REGISTRY Exotics Area.  (Photo by Ron Leonard) 

21. McLaren Palm Beach was a stand-out in the duPont REGISTRY Exotics & Luxury Feature Area with specs like a bright 600LT, blue McLaren GT, as well as head-turners from other members of their dealership family including Aston Martin Palm Beach, Jaguar Palm Beach, and Land Rover Palm Beach.  (Photo by Mike Melnick) 

22. Other British brands like Bentley were part of the Nick's Tune-Ups & Towels line-up, with Rolls Royce also thrown in for good measure.  (Photo by Florida Fine Cars) 

23. The Florida Fine Cars display boasted some British beauties as well, along with their array of other colorful and powerful luxury vehicles.  (Photo by Florida Fine Cars)

24. 9automotion hosted a large variety of Porsches in the duPont REGISTRY Exotics & Luxury Area, as they do every month.  (Photo by 9automotion) 

25. It seemed like every Porsche vintage and model were represented at some point throughout the morning.  (Photo by Black & Yellow Photos) 

26. Porsche fans and owners were happy to claim their issues of duPont REGISTRY (even if the fan pictured arrived in a Ford GT)!  (Photo by Rohan Jackson) 

27. Mercedes specs arrived in droves thanks to an invasion by the Miami Benz Club in Miguel Bimmer's Import Area.  (Photo by Robbie Effron) 

28. That Import Area's co-hosts Off Lease Only, German Line Motorsports, Euromotive Performance, & Fiik Electric Skateboards had another 80-100 BMW and Audi guests to welcome along with the Mercedes crews.  (Photo by Keith Chisholm) 

29. Audi West Palm Beach and Arrigo Alfa Romeo/Fiat ensured the duPont REGISTRY Luxury Area was well-stocked with their latest and greatest specs.  (Photo by Mike Melnick) 

30. Ferraris were not underrepresented in the duPont REGISTRY Exotics Area with some eye-catching examples like a new red Pista.  (Photo by Richard Mason Hughes) 

31. Classic Ferraris like this cool grey one were also in the mix.  (Photo by Georgie Ortiz) 

32. Powersports of Palm Beach showed off a wide variety of 2, 3, and 4 wheel machines including a white Vanderhall Carmel GT. Motorcycles, ATVs, UTVs, and everything in between were part of their stand-out line-up.  (Photo by Mike Melnick) 

33. It's not often a Consulier GTP shows up at an event, and this red one got a lot of attention.  (Photo by Mike Melnick) 

34. There was definitely something for all vehicle tastes, including Robert Bauer's ECTO 1 Tribute Car.  (Photo by Mike Melnick) 

35. The head-turning vehicles like this red Lamborghini SVJ stopped by throughout the morning, making each hour a different show to see.  (Photo by Black & Yellow Photos)

36. Despite the thousands of adrenaline-pumping vehicles, the spring ahead clock change made showgoers extra grateful for Blackout Coffee's free coffee. The family-owned and operated company keeps the community fueled with its high-quality, great-tasting, and powerful coffee products.  (Photo by Rohan Jackson)  

37. Even with so much happening throughout the show field, the Michelin Man made sure he grabbed a copy of duPont REGISTRY.  (Photo by Rohan Jackson) 

Cars & Coffee Palm Beach April Edition with co-host Barrett-Jackson has been postponed due to Corona virus guidelines Organizers hope to resume the event in May at Palm Beach Outlets, 8am-12pm. Check the website for details as they unfold: www.carsandcoffeepb.com