1,022 horsepower, twin-turbochargers, and a talented drive cemented Emelia Hartford and her C8 Corvette into the record books.
This 5 Series wagon was morphed into a menacing, supercharged iteration of an M5 Touring — a vehicle never initially produced for the US.
For once, the weather held out, and we witnessed support in droves. The number of vehicles in our lot was staggering, and the amazing turnout delighted us.
We like that the weather forecast doesn’t dictate our event’s attendance. Swag bags, refreshments, and eye-catching builds rewarded those who braved the rain.
Mother Nature planned to rain on our parade, but we still hosted our second Cars & Coffee event of 2020 without interruption, and the turnout was fantastic!
A healthy support system and the courage to jump at an opportunity led Brenden McWilliams to build this spotless 1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX.
There were countless iterations of this chassis produced in the BMW Individual program, but only one Neptune Blue Metallic E90 M3 in the world.
First Class Fitment has become profoundly life-altering for me. But before I dwell on what is lost, let’s relive what made this year’s FCF a worthy sendoff.
It’s certainly a risky question to ask. Follow along as I discuss some of my favorite design highlights of yesteryear and we’ll see where you stand.