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Cars & Coffee Palm Beach September 2018 Recap

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Cars & Coffee Palm Beach celebrated its 5 Year Anniversary with a tremendous show on 9/23/18 at Palm Beach Outlets. Thousands of display vehicles and over 27,000 spectators attended from 8am-12pm to enjoy the festivities. The monthly gathering, presented by Adam’s Polishes, is one of the world’s largest monthly auto events. Highlights included:

1. Brett David and Prestige Imports Miami displayed their Pagani L’Ultimo and Pagani Project Vulcan masterpieces on the Showcase Corner, did a meet and great with fans, and represented their important charity Ride2Revive, which provides children who face life-threatening illnesses an exciting, adrenaline-filled experience meant to revitalize the senses.
(Photo credit: Black & Yellow Photos)

2. A stunning Ford Mustang Shelby GT 500 Eleanor, a dream car for so many, also arrived as part of the Prestige Imports team. Mike Streltsov of “Mike Supercars To Speed: Welcome to Miami Supercar Paradise” rode in the Mustang and captured an exciting behind-the-scenes account of the Prestige Imports arrivals, displays, interactions, and departures that day.
(Photo credit: Scott Francis McGrath)

3. Just a few steps from the Paganis, European Autobody featured a multimillion-dollar, 1931 Duesenberg Model J by Murphy. It’s no wonder the gorgeous vehicle is a Concours D’Elegance winner. Also in this picture is Overpower Customs’ “Keeper,” a recently restored 1971 Chevy C10 featured in Street Trucks Magazine.
(Photo credit: Black & Yellow Photos)

4. Two years after W Motors USA did their U.S. East Coast debut at Cars & Coffee Palm Beach with the Lykan Hypersport and Fenyr Supersport Prototype, they were back in the Showcase Area with the production version of the Fenyr Supersport. Its power and performance were as fierce as its design.
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5. Johnny Bohmer, the current Guinness World Record holder for the standing mile, was also back with his 2700 HP BADD Ford GT sponsored by Gas Monkey. Johnny Bohmer Racing offered a meet and greet as they prepare to break their own record and hit 300 mph in the standing mile very soon.
(Photo credit: Eric Fernon)

6. Ferrari Palm Beach unveiled the new Ferrari Portofino on the Showcase Corner. The hard top convertible proves to be a versatile and beautiful V8 GT for all seasons and occasions. Show-goers were quite impressed.
(Photo credit: TonyNap CAR-tography)

7. For the first time ever, Zedro Motors unleashed their Notorious model at an auto event. The Lebanese car company turned a lot of heads with their eye-catching, but also comfortable and reliable, exotic car.
(Photo credit: Norm Morton)

8. Supercar World TV with James Guerra, and special guest Joey Gianino, proudly presented a pristine 1966 Ferrari 275 GTS. The immaculate, multimillion-dollar collectible and its components have never been restored, re-painted, or replaced.
(Photo credit: Gregory Scott Ratner)

9. Rob, aka Vanilla Ice, makes any celebration more cool. As always, thousands of fans were thrilled to see him. They also enjoyed getting a closer look at some of his personal vehicles displayed throughout the show, including in Fast Muscle Cars of South Florida’s “Fast Lane” Feature Area.
(Photo credit: Tom Dowd)

10. Renntech helped satisfy everyone’s need for speed with the debut of Renntech Motorsports’ AMG GT4 race car. A few of their other record-breaking AMG vehicles and custom exotics joined their line-up too.
(Photo credit: Jake Weisman)

11. Flat6 Rebel and 9Automotion dominated much of the duPont Registry Exotic and Luxury Feature Area with over 40 specialty Porsches who cruised to the event from all over South Florida. Pro Race Car Driver Lonnie Pechnik joined the group with his new GT2 RS. Thanks to their presence, over 150-200 Porsches came through the show that morning. Model Trinity Morisette couldn’t help posing with the awesome Flat6 Rebel signature Porsches.
(Photo credit: Oscar Moyano)

12. Palm Beach Classics launched Mini Me Cars & Coffee, exclusively at Cars & Coffee Palm Beach. Children 1-5 years of age enjoyed their own kids’ club, mini electric car show, parade, and activities. It was such a hit that Mini Me Cars & Coffee will return monthly with the Palm Beach Classics display.
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13. Driving Emotions created quite the spectacle in the Sidewalk Feature Area, with rare collectible vehicles including a Mercedes McLaren SLR coupe and Hennessey VelociRaptor.
(Photo credit: Scott Francis McGrath)

14. Bill Mazzoni returned to the event, this time with his show-stopping Mosler in Gulf livery.
(Photo credit: Eric Fernon)

15. Other impressive supercar owners assembled for the event, such as D. Mancini with his amazing McLaren P1.
(Photo credit: Matt Shinholt)

16. The McLaren theme continued with the Kauff’s Kompanies display, which included Provident Jewelry’s custom McLaren 570S from the Gold Rush Rally, Tropic Beauty models, and an array of exotic, performance, and utility vehicles.
(Photo credit: Eric Fernon)

17. Lamborghini Palm Beach, Lusso Motorsports, McLaren Palm Beach, Aston Martin Palm Beach, Jaguar Palm Beach, Nick’s Tune-Ups and Towels, Audi West Palm Beach, and Napleton’s Palm Beach Acura all featured beautiful displays of custom exotic and luxury cars.
(Photo credit: Black & Yellow Photos)

18. Hydra Motor Works also had a jaw-dropping display of exotic cars, including the first tuned 2nd Generation Acura NSX, owned by Kieran Sheehan, and a highly customized twin version of it owned by IMSA Driver Dan Hardee of TPC Racing.
(Photo credit: Oscar Moyano)

19. Midas of West Palm Beach made sure that their diverse line-up of vehicles was as compelling as the 60-100 free oil changes they gave away at the event. In addition to exotic cars and custom muscle cars, they added a collector Excalibur to the line-up this month.
(Photo credit: Black & Yellow Photos)

There was truly something for everyone. More crowds and fun are expected at the next Cars & Coffee Palm Beach event on Sunday, October 28, 2018 at Palm Beach Outlets, 8am-12pm.
(Overhead Photo credit: Randy Tanner)

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