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|Cars and Coffee Redux|
|Written by Richard Truesdell|
|Thursday, 22 May 2008 07:56|
One of the great things about attending Cars and Coffee at the Ford headquarters in Irvine every Saturday morning I’m home is the incredible diversity of cars that make up the 300+ cars in attendance each week. Just this past Saturday a one-of-one Ferrari 340 Mexico roadster made an appearance, parked right next to a 250 Tour de France Coupe. Other than at a Ferrari national meet, such a confluence of classic Maranello classics would be a real rarity.
But for me, the fun is finding the unusual cars that I can turn into features for magazines I contribute to, like Cars and Parts, Musclecar Enthusiast, or Pontiac Enthusiast, among others. And this past Saturday was no exception. Here's what I zeroed-in on, from oldest to newest.