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Cars & Coffee Palm Beach February 2019 Recap

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The February 10 edition of Cars & Coffee Palm Beach at Palm Beach Outlets from 8am to 12pm was another record-setting event. By 9:30am, the monthly gathering of auto enthusiasts was packed. Presented by Adam’s Polishes with support from Off Lease Only, Cars & Coffee Palm Beach features thousands of display vehicles and tens of thousands of spectators each month. February was all about rare, fast, and custom rides of all makes, models, and vintages. 
(Overhead photo credit: Craig Scott Media)

Highlights included:

1.  A spectacular orange McLaren Senna, a resident of the new Hangar Group private garage condominiums, wow-ed the crowds in the duPontRegistry Exotics & Luxury Area. The signed vehicle is also the show-stopper that legend Emerson Fittipaldi drove at Miami’s recent Formula 1 Festival. (Photo credit: Mike Streltsov, Mike Supercars Top Speed)

2. European Autobody, Inc. displayed a collector’s paradise on the Showcase Corner that featured rare classic vehicles from around the world. Spokesmodel Heidi Fahrenbach enjoyed her copy of duPont Registry while she hung out with the showcase cars. (Photo credit: Partner Door)

3. This eye-catching Ferrari was caught in action as it made its way to the show field to join the European Autobody, Inc. line-up.(Photo credit: Eric Fernon)

4. Fastenal and Roush Performance debuted their new 2019 NASCAR Mustang, driven by Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. One of their fans, model Amanda O’Connell, couldn’t help smiling about it.(Photo credit: Gregory Scott Ratner)

5. Ford Performance and Multimatic Motorsports driver Billy Johnson and his wife Kristy, also a force behind the wheel, brought their Ford GT and custom Roush Mustang for the Fastenal and Roush Performance race car area. (Photo credit: Jaime Castano Alvarez)

6. A couple of other new Ford GT specs were nearby as well, including Brian Stormer’s parked with Coffee Method–the official coffee sponsor of Cars & Coffee Palm Beach and source of free coffee at the event. Each month, Coffee Method delivers remarkable coffee products to the show and to your door. (Photo credit: Keith Chisholm) 

7. Fast Muscle Cars of South Florida had an incredible line-up of unusual classics, custom builds, and SEMA finds. One of the crowd favorites was a 1967 Chevelle owned by Steve Tornari and created by Miranda Built of Delray Beach. Rarely seen in public, the vehicle made its first local debut after winning the Goodguys Event. A green SEMA Roadrunner and a couple of restomods with Presidential Auto Sales, Service, & Leasing also commanded lots of attention on Fast Lane.(Photo credit: Keith Chisholm)

8. In addition, Fast Muscle Cars of South Florida featured a one of one 1969 Plymouth Barracuda 440 Fastback. Fast Lane Spokesmodel Gianna DelGuercio had fun checking out the car and the latest issue of duPont Registry.(Photo credit: Partner Door) 

9. Presenting Sponsor Off Lease Only had several compelling displays throughout the show field, including an array of exotics in the duPontRegistry Exotics & Luxury Area. They also hosted a BMW section and had prize wheels and giveaways.(Photo credit: Nolan Eusebio) 

10. Lamborghini Palm Beach displays never disappoint and this month’s included a chrome Aventador wrapped by Morpheus Design.(Photo credit: Black & Yellow Photos)

11. You don’t see a Factory Five Racing build every day, but a very impressive one swung by to hang out with Lusso Motorsports in the duPontExotics & Luxury Area.(Photo credit: TonyNap Car-Tography)

12. Lusso Motorsports attracted a wide array of luxury and exotic vehicles, the best of brands like Mercedes, Porsche, McLaren, and Ferrari. The lovely Lusso models signed calendars, and showgoers enjoyed Lusso’s complimentary giveaways. (Photo credit: Partner Door) 

13. Top Shelf Auto’s Raymond Victorine showed off “Peaches,” a custom, one of one Lamborghini Aventador built by his shop. Their custom rides are always head-turners and no detail is overlooked, both in performance and aesthetics. (Photo credit: Partner Door) 

14. Aston Martin Palm Beach, McLaren Palm Beach, Jaguar Palm Beach, and Land Rover Palm Beach received rave reviews for all of the latest and greatest models they displayed in the heart of the duPont area. Audi West Palm Beach, Lexus of Palm Beach, Florida Fine Cars, and Napleton’s Palm Beach Acura also brought an amazing variety of luxury and exotic vehicles in so many shapes, sizes, and configurations. (Photo credit: Nolan Eusebio) 

15. The Wire Wheel Sports Cars crew was back by popular demand with a few more examples of their incredible Lotus race cars and exciting displays.(Photo credit: Keith Chisholm) 

16. Nick’s Tune-Ups & Towels featured their custom BMW drift car, along with a fantastic selection of exotic vehicles, giveaways, games, and more.(Photo credit: Keith Chisholm)

17. The fast and custom were everywhere you turned, including this crowd-pleasing Maserati GT with scissor doors and all kinds of performance and aesthetic enhancements. (Photo credit: Partner Door) 

18. MiniMe Cars & Coffee by Palm Beach Classics entertained dozens and dozens of families in their kids’ club area. A few mini mes toured the rest of the show, including this one who checked out the new AMG vehicles offered by Mercedes-Benz of Palm Beach.(Photo credit: Mercedes Benz of Palm Beach)

19. Morpheus Design’s amazing display included an Air Force/Trump Lamborghini with intricate details on every inch of the vehicle. (Photo credit: Black & Yellow Photos) 

20. In addition to tending to their exotic line-up of Ferraris, Bentleys, and a Rolls Royces, Nick’s Tune-Ups & Towels staff spent some time handing out and looking through the latest issue of duPont Registry.(Photo credit: Partner Door)

21. Southeast Police Motorcycle Rodeo was this month’s featured charity. They displayed fierce Cartel Baggers custom bikes, one of which will be auctioned off in April to benefit the children and community that the charity serves. (Photo credit: Nolan Eusebio) 

22. Adam’s Polishes did a few foam cannon demos this month in their area, including a very captivating one with a bright green Lamborghini Aventador.(Photo credit: Carboyz) 

23. There was truly something for everyone, even a fun Mazda Autozam AZ-1. If it was cool and on wheels, it was at the event.(Photo credit: Black & Yellow Photos)

The next Cars & Coffee Palm Beach is Sunday, March 10, 2019 at Palm Beach Outlets, 8am-12pm. Special Co-host is Michelin USA, with IMSA race cars, Sebring ticket giveaways, tire technologies, the Michelin Man, and more. 

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(Final Senna photo credit: Norm Morton)

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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.