Tag Archive: 'Ferrari'
This year the organizers of our local Cars & Coffee gathering decided to a remote show on one of Georgia’s coastal islands – Jekyll. Caffeine and Octane at the Beach held a great inaugural event and we were very excited to road trip from Atlanta to the coast. Here is a short video of the […]
Here are some photos from a beautiful morning at Caffeine and Octane. Check out VINwiki for more. ini
Italian Car Day is always one of the highlight events each fall in Atlanta. Here are archival links to photos from: 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, and 2010. This year’s show did not disappoint. Here are some pictures:
It has been a while since I made a list of the cars that I have owned. Here is an updated list. I like to keep this current so that if the cars sell to someone new they can contact me. Great to see how far they travel. 2007 Lamborghini LP640 Coupe – Grigio Telesto/Nero […]
Here are a few overdue pics of a perfect Caffeine and Octane on Sunday. Enjoy.
This morning was probably the best C&E weather we have ever had. It was gorgeous. Thanks to Bruce and his team for putting together an amazing event as always. As we were launching VINwiki this weekend, we were out in full force. There are lots more photos on VINwiki of the amazing cars at the show. Click […]
The rain kept some of the usual crowd away from Caffeine & Octane this morning but there were some amazing cars that came out in spite of the threat of bad weather. Here are some photos:
The weather was perfect this morning for the first Caffeine & Exotics of the year. That combined with a pared down schedule (only 4 events) for 2016 and the excitement for everyone to get their cars out after a long winter made for an amazing crowd. Here are a few pics:
Recently I have talked a lot about the rarity of manual cars. They certainly have become conspicuous in their absence from the market place and in their increasing popularity among enthusiast circles. I had a great conversation recently with a car collector about why that was. He posited that at some point, manufacturers would notice the […]
Vertical collections of similar cars that evolve and improve over a manufacturers lifespan. I love seeing collectors have several M3’s, 911s, V12 Lambos, or other cars that have existed in constantly improving form over decades. One of the coolest verticals that people are really recognizing now is the end of run, track focused mid engine […]