Tuesday, February 25, 2014

1st Time at Cars & Coffee Irvine.

We don't like going to meets that often, but we decided to try it out for a change. It was 4:30am and was about to be our first time attending Cars & Coffee in Irvine. That meet is definitely a meet worth returning to, although I wouldn't try to go weekly. Waking up at 4am ain't the business.










There were many rare cars in attendance from all sorts of makes and models.






Words can't describe how much I love this automobile.










Slim's infamous Wheelie Van.


Ridiculous.






Porsche; taste the Rainbow.




I've never actually seen a Panther in person. Well, except for the zoo.




The often misunderstood Z8.


I've seen this thing on Top Gear, so crazy to see it in person.


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David had all the old timers' necks snapping left and right, "properly executed" as a passer-by stated.


Jawbreaker & Homewrecker.



Dipped on the freeway next to this dude, awesome car and driver.






This 850 made me feel tall.




Another car I seen on Top Gear before. I bet it must feel gnarly to be dippin' on the streets in this machine.


One day..


Crispy Chrome-Blue wrapped 6.


Imported Toyota Century. Rarest.



Had to scope this thing out again one last time before heading back to the shop.




The freeway to Irvine ain't no joke, player.


Got back to the shop just in time for a Breakfast Club sesh before opening up.
We'll definitely be attending Cars & Coffee again later this year.


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1st Time at Cars & Coffee Irvine., a set on Flickr.


- Kelvin G. Santos

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