Ford GT. check out the battery in the bottom right. I like how the door is shaped.
The dash of the Ford GT. The speedometer to all the way to the right and faces the driver.
The Ford GT.
A 280 SL. This was my favorite Mercedes for many, many years.
Packard hood ornament.
Lotus Exgige. I learned how to quickly spot the difference between an Elise and an Exgige. It's all in the shape of vent hole in the top of the hood.
190SL. His starter button is missing. Replaced by some kind of toggle switch. Missing also is the clock, normally mounted in the glove box door.
Cockpit of a Ferrari Enzo.
That looks like a window crank in the Enzo.
There's all kinds of switches on the steering wheel.
John liked these "sail panels" on this Ferrari. Not sure what model it was.
This is the Ferrari with the "sail panels." This car has a nice retro classy sports car look to it.
I love great paint.
Very nice. Clean and appropriate.
Porsche 356. Flawless interior
John inspects the 356.
This car belongs to one of the organizers of Coffee and Cars.
Austin Healey 3000
Maybe i should start playing the lottery or something.
There were two fo these Alfa Romeos there.
Late model S2000 with fromn lip spoiler.
This was convienent. An early (AP-1) and later (AP-2) S2000 side by side.
AP-2 tail lights
AP-1 rear end