Photography by Brandon Cody
Well, what can we say other than thank you?! Thank you to every one of you who attended or read the recaps of our events. The September iteration of our monthly Cars and Coffee events closed out our second year of hosting these get-togethers in perfect style. As with any of our other events, we arrived at Turn 14 Distribution’s headquarters in Horsham, PA bright and early. Ripe with hot Dunkin’ coffee and fresh donuts from Yum Yum Bake Shop, the cars were already flowing onto the grounds before the pre-set start time—always a good sign.
The weather was exactly what a resident of our tri-state area would expect of a crisp, fall morning. No humidity, a slight chill, and clear blue skies. The forecast was the antithesis to our initial Cars and Coffee of the year back in April, and the clear sky held out for the duration of the event.
I’m sure I sound like a broken record, but again, we at Front Street Media were surprised by the diverse vehicles that joined us for the meet. One of the first to arrive on the scene was this bagged BMW 7 Series equipped with stepped-lip BBS RS wheels.
We were also a little shocked to see this beautiful Midnight Purple R33 GT-R V-Spec roll in. The aggressive, bronze Volk Racing TE37 wheels at all four corners are every Japanese car enthusiast’s dream setup, and this car pulls them off flawlessly.
As the morning continued, everything from vintage muscle cars to an Inferno Orange C6 Z06 Corvette glistened in the rising sun. Even a special BMW R nineT motorcycle was on site for attendees to enjoy.
In all, we at Front Street Media are grateful to have such an incredible base of local enthusiasts so close to home. Thank you to everyone who made our 2019 year of Cars and Coffee events incident-free, and filled with spectacular vehicles. We’re already working on our event schedule for 2020, and are hoping to grow this into an even better atmosphere next year. For now, take a look back through our 2019 event links, scan the gallery from September’s gathering, prep your cars for the upcoming winter, and be on the lookout for our events to start up again in April of 2020!