The owners of a red, white, and blue NSX decide to display their cars side-by-side in a proud display of patriotic spirit just days after terrorists attacked our country
On an unrelated note, Ilya finally had his rims painted to match his white NSX...IMHO a huge improvement!
Dean and I stand proudly behind our cars. From right to left, Dean and his black NSX, me with my red NSX-T, Justin hiding behind the driver's side door of his black NSX, and John's yellow NSX-T.
Dean makes sure I snap a good picture of his NSX before the crowd, sun, sand, salt, dirt, whatever gets to her
Pete displays his ultra-rare Monaco Blue 2000 NSX Coupe.
Despite being the better performing and handling model (not to mention more affordable), very few coupes came Stateside after the NSX-T was introduced in 1995. And blue NSX-Ts are nearly as rare.
Before this coupe, Pete owned a Midnight Blue Pearl 1996 NSX-T...I guess he likes to own unique colors.
Yet again Alex has altered the look of his NSX. Now his GruppeM supercharged beast sports slick fade-in paint on the carbon-fiber hood and chin spoiler.
The NSXCA Pres' car drew a lot of attention away from the other NSXs...kids seemed especially fascinated by the racing modifications
Once again, I cross paths with Klaus' 1997 Kaiser Silver NSX-T...now wearing a colored bra that, judging from the above picture, must have been designed to match the paint of the neighboring Sebring Silver NSX
Valerie and I pose by the fountain in front of the Ocean Trails Clubhouse before heading out to check out the classic automobiles
A bull-dog protects three 70s-era Lamborghini Miuras and a 'Rambo Lambo' in the spots neighboring our NSXCA group
Unless I am mistaken, this is a 1931 Cadillac convertible coupe.
Though I am no classic auto aficionado, I suddenly find myself enthralled by these vintage vehicles. Perhaps it's the stunning condition of the paint. Perhaps it's the fact that their engines actually run. Perhaps it's the amount of money that has been poured into these cars to restore them to their former glory.
Though my interest in pre-1980's sports cars is limited, I figure that I should check out the classic Ferraris. It's funny how my eye is instantly drawn to the word 'Gran Turismo' written on their backsides.
A classic red 1963 Ferrari 250 GT Spyder
This 1961 Ferrari 250 GTF took first place in the Ferrari Thru 1969 category. This blue seems kind of odd for a Ferrari, don't you think?
Though I'm not a fan of Porsche's modern-day designs (their Carrera GT Prototype is a notable exception), I am amazed by the lines on these classic Porsche race cars. Much to my surprise, I find them more interesting than any of the Ferraris on display.
Without question, this 1966 Porsche 906E catches my eye more than any other car at the Concours (excluding the NSXs, of course). Interestingly enough, the 906E did not place higher than third place in the Porsche Early Racing category.
This 1955 Porsche 550 RS Spyder has certainly caught my wife's eye. Before the day is over, Valerie will snap more digital pictures of this roadster than any other car at the Concours. She's got good taste...this 550 grabbed first place in the Porsche Early Racing category.
Though not as attractive as the neighboring Austin Martin DB4s, the sheer number of Austin Healy roadsters makes for a unique photo opportunity.