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Cars & Coffee Palm Beach January 2019 Recap

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Cars & Coffee Palm Beach, presented by Adam’s Polishes with support from Off Lease Only, kicked off the 2019 season at Palm Beach Outlets on Sunday, January 6 with record-breaking crowds and thousands of stunning vehicles. Some of the highlights included:

1. Tim Schmidt “@HAPYHIPI” joined the event with a few of his incredible cars, including his Bugatti Chiron, the only Chiron in the world to be driven in excess of 260 mph by the owner, which Tim recently achieved at the Johnny Bohmer Proving Grounds. (Photo by Tom Dowd)

2. Tim’s other half, Christine, drove their amazing green carbon fiber McLaren P1 to the event.(Photo by Terrance McNeil)

3. Tim and Christine’s cool entourage and crew included Signature Autohaus with this Venom AMG, Supercar Saturdays, and Fast Life Rally.(Photo by Partner Door)

4. The 1921 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost Limo from the series Boardwalk Empire graced the Showcase Corner, thanks to European Autobody, Inc.(Photo by Black & Yellow Photos)

5. European Autobody, Inc.’s Showcase Corner display also included the one-of-a-kind “Woody Beast,” as seen on My Classic Car with Dennis Gage. The vehicle is based on a 1950 Seagrave fire truck, with a mahogany boat tail,1948 Buick centerpiece steering wheel, and is powered by a Chevy 454 cu. big-block engine. The Beast includes a huge array of custom extras for performance, safety, and luxury.(Photo by Combustion Chamber)

6. McLaren Palm Beach brought the new 720S Spider to add to their impressive display. The car’s eye-catching style, as well as the speed of the top’s movement, captured lots of attention. McLaren Palm Beach, Aston Martin Palm Beach, Jaguar Palm Beach, and Land Rover Palm Beach commanded the center of the duPont Registry Exotics & Luxury Area.(Photo by Brygida T)

7. Also debuting a new spyder, Braman BMW West Palm Beach showed off the new i8 convertible and their M850i coupe.(Photo by Black & Yellow Photos) 

8. Larsen Motorsports lit up the show area with their spectacular jet car dragsters, which hit over 300 mph in just seconds. Legendary champion jet driver Elaine Larsen, along with Kat Redner and the whole team, dazzled fans all morning with a meet and greet and photo ops. (Photo by Keith Chisholm)

9. Hope 4 Mobility and The Lotus Group came in full force with over a dozen rare Lotus cars. All came for an important cause, to raise money for the Horton Family, whose two boys suffer from debilitating Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and are in need of a wheelchair accessible van.(Photo by Combustion Chamber)

10. Wire Wheel joined the Hope 4 Mobility line-up with two fierce Red Bull Lotus Race Cars, including the Exige GTR/GT3.(Photo by Gregory Scott Ratner) 

11. MiniMe Cars & Coffee with Palm Beach Classics welcomed iHeart Radio’s The Gater 98.7 to celebrate MiniMe’s new expanded space, kids’ club, and family area each month at Cars & Coffee Palm Beach. (Photo by Partner Door) 

12. Hagerty and Team Shelby Racing joined forces for a show-stopping variety of vehicles including Ford GTs, Ford Performance Mustangs, Panteras, and some of the latest exotic cars too.(Photo by Tom Dowd) 

13. Acura Corporate teamed up with show sponsor Napleton’s Palm Beach Acura to show off the latest NSX colors and features. Their display attracted NSX owners and fans from all over South Florida.
(Photo by TonyNap CAR-Tography)

14. Fast Muscle Cars of South Florida did not disappoint with their Fast Lane display, which featured amazing classics, custom hot rods, and restomod models, many worth well into six figures, such as two vehicles built by Resurrection Muscle Cars.(Photo by Roberto Medina) 

15. Lamborghini Palm Beach, as usual, displayed their head-turning vehicles and brought out Lamborghini owners from all over the state.(Photo by Terrance McNeil) 

16. Lusso Motorsports, Off Lease Only, Nick’s Tune-Ups and Towels, Audi West Palm Beach, and Lexus of Palm Beach made sure their duPont Registry Area displays were packed with the latest and greatest exotic and luxury models, many of which were custom and/or one-of-a-kind.(Photo by Norm Morton) 

17. 9Automotion hosted the rapidly expanding Porsche section, with all types of Porsche models, vintages, and modifications.(Photo by Matt Shinholt) 

18. Hydra Motor Works, The No Fault Group, and Florida Fine Cars welcomed a variety of exotic and luxury show vehicles, along with their own impressive cars.(Photo by Miles DeAngelo) 

19. Off Lease Only kicked off their new BMW section by hosting the Orlando Bimmer Club, which brought a few dozen i8, M, and other impressively modified BMW specs. 
(Photo by Kenneth Davidoff)

20. Devolro was back with more of their custom-built armored fleet. They always take the show field by storm. (Photo by TonyNap CAR-Tography)

21. First and second generation Ford GTs were everywhere you turned. It was a Ford Performance heaven. (Photo by Tom Dowd) 

22. As always, there was something rare and/or wonderful at every step, truly something for everyone.(Photo by Gregory Scott Ratner with Model Amanda-Mae O’Connell) 

The next Cars & Coffee Palm Beach is Sunday, February 10, 2019 at Palm Beach Outlets, 8am-12pm. Expect thousands of display vehicles, vendors, stores, giveaways, free coffee with Coffee Method, family fun, and more. 

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(Crowd photo, first pic attached, by Tom Dowd)

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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.