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Packed with three days of participant events, two world-class auctions, and more than 300 cars on display, the 2013 Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance offered something for everyone. And this year it honored Sam Posey, whose legacy as a driver, racing commentator, artist, and architect is well deserved.
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|Travel News: Cayman Motor Museum Opens Doors to Caribbean Vacationers|
|Written by Sam Fiorani|
|Thursday, 26 May 2011 17:07|
Automotive enthusiasts can indulge their passion for rare vehicles even while relaxing in the Caribbean.
Rich guys buy cars.... It's one of the perks of being wealthy. They hoard European exotics and fancy American classics, stashing them away in warehouses or immaculate garages visited by a privileged few. As of late, however, some collectors are allowing more people to enjoy these rolling sculptures. One of the latest collections opened to the public in early May in the Cayman Islands.
Norwegian shipping magnate Andreas Ugland owns the rare vehicles that comprise the Cayman Motor Museum in the quiet village of West Bay. Open six days a week (closed Sunday), the museum is housed in a unique reinforced building.