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Porsche Day at Cars and Coffee Tustin

After Cars and Coffee in Irvine shut down, car enthusiasts in Orange County were struggling to find a new place to meet on Saturday mornings. That place eventually became the Tustin District, a shopping center less than a 10 minute drive from the old Cars and Coffee. The District was a great location due to the huge parking lot and tons of places to eat. Unfortunately it had one minor flaw… (more…)

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Hing Wa Lee RPM Car Meet 1/5/15

Some exotic car owners aren’t afraid of a little rain, especially the ones that showed up to the Hing Wa Lee RPM Car Meet in Walnut California on Saturday. This event is hosted by the owner of Hing Wa Lee Jewelers and Ferrari collector David Lee. Even with the heavy downpour, the turnout was amazing and the place quickly filled up with supercars.

There were tons of Ferraris, Lamborghinis, and a few super rare cars including a (more…)

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The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering 2014 Coverage

I’ve been to a lot of car shows and if I had to pick an all time favorite, it would definitely be The Quail, a Motorsports Gathering. The Quail takes place in Carmel during Monterey Car Week and includes a wide variety of classic cars, one-off race cars, and high end exotics spread out across the golf course next to the Quail Lodge.

The place gets so packed with exotic cars that the parking lot is a show in itself. Just walking through the parking lot we saw (more…)

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Symbolic Motors Cars and Coffee 1/25/14

Symbolic Motors in San Diego California sure knows how to put on a car show. This was their first show of the year and it was nothing short of amazing! In attendance were 3 Bugatti Veyrons (2 Grand Sport Vitesses and a Pur Blanc), a Porsche Carrera GT, a Mercedes SLS Black Series, and tons of other supercars.

I’m not a morning person and love sleeping in on the weekends, but for this show I was happy to wake up early and make the trek from Orange County to San Diego. After all it isn’t often you see (more…)

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