My local Cars and Coffee on Sundays wrapped up today with a special Toys for Tots donation day, and there was a good turn out of a lot of Porsches, BMWs, and some other cars too! It was only a little chilly, but that didn't stop car folks from coming out, hanging out, and donating toys to a good cause!
|This Porsche 911 got into the holiday spirit with a little reindeer too!|
Next up, a car in the "here's something you don't see every day" category. According to the data plate, it's a one of one Lucra, built in California. It looked pretty cool!
How about a NEW and OLD contrast? Here's a recent Honda NSX, and then an older Porsche 911T:
Here's a group of BMWs, a nice looking Nissan 370Z Nismo, and a sweet blue Corvette. Germany/Italy/USA if you will.
The owner of this next car, a low mileage Viper, said that he got it from his dad, and that's it's a 97 with about 8,000 miles. Looking around it, well, it looked mighty fine to me. Some of the details I noticed were the unique door handles, twin bubble roof, air ducts in the hood, fuel cap, and inside the front headlights was a little level for adjusting your headlights.
Now to Geek out on some Porsches: various GT3, GTS, and a black GT4 model. Dang they make a lot of varieties of 911. The newest GT3 has a swan style wing in the back. Look for the fake "golf ball stuck in my rear window" on the blue one.
Beyond the average S or 4S or Turbo or GT3 and GT4 models, there are the RS models that are even less common and more geared to track driving. Here's a GT2RS with a lot of custom extras like the color, white leather interior (even in the trunk), center-lock wheel hubs, huge wing, etc.
OK, let's wrap this up for the year with a few more nice cars, a "Melo-911" in yellow, a Toyota Supra with a HUGE SPOILER ALERT, a red Honda S2000, another numbered car - the well known BMW 2002 model, and one of two BMW M Coupes spotted today.
Thanks for following along on the blog, I'm sure there will be more of the same in 2022!