The British contingent was rather skimpy this month. I did see a few that turned my head, though, like this Aston Martin Vantage in the right color. (That would be British Racing Green.)
Ditto for this modern-but-old-looking Morgan.
But what happened here? This is a right-hand-drive Morgan with a back seat (why?) and this ridiculous looking tarp canopy. And that color! *gasp*
Not to worry, however, as this nice Jaguar E-Type saved the day for Her Majesty's Empire....
....with an able assist from his E-Type Coupe chum. (Leave it to the Brits to re-define "hatchback".)
The Germans were present and in fine fettle, showing off this classic 30's era BMW 327 (?).
Kudos to whoever restored it.
And at the other extreme....
....was this little BMW Isetta 1300. These little micro-cars are turning up more at shows here. Wonder where they've been before now? This one was a 3-wheeler and was actually tagged as a "Classic Motorcycle".
It adds a whole 'nuther dimension to the term "Spartan", doesn't it? Love the little gear shift sticking out the side panel. Haha!
How about a couple hundred thousand dollars worth of BMW Z-8's?
Raise your hand if you've ever seen one of these? (I haven't.)
It's a 1986 Renault (French) Alpine.
And for something American I offer you this very nice Ford Model A (?). This one was blue. I thought Henry Ford said "You can have any color you want as long as it's black"? Maybe not the original color?
Or you could have this V-10 Dodge Viper in Wallflower Green. "It'll pass everything but a gas station."
Bazinga! Fiat 500 Abarth. Nice wheels.
But my personal favorite of the day was one of the aforementioned BMW Z-8's....
It's hard to believe this is a 13-year-old design!
Think it will ever depreciate enough for me to afford it? (Short answer: NO!)
Back home later I tried to tell Luke about everything I'd seen, but he didn't seem too interested. I guess he isn't a "car guy".
Enjoy the rest of your day. ;)