This past weekend they visited The Greenwich Concours d’Elegance. In true Sports Car Hunter fashion, they skewed away from typical Concours journalism and wrote about the cars driving to the event. We approve!
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Sightings – Greenwich Concours d’Elegance
The Greenwich Concours d’Elegance has a little something for everyone. Shopping on scenic Greenwich Avenue, lunch at l’Escale restaurant on the harbor, a Bonhams classic car auction, and of course the show itself.
The event lasts the entire weekend, spanning American classics and international imports. It really is a sight to behold for enthusiasts of all ages. It goes without saying that such a display of wealth and automotive enthusiasm draws exotic cars out of the woodwork.
As enthusiasts, we have a good day if we spot a single exotic. In Greenwich, however, we literally had a field day. Here’s a sampling of what we caught up with.
We arrived in the BMW M3, and we parked next to this for an excellent photo.
After this turn you head down into a tunnel, great sounds were made from this gentleman.
Seriously an SLS AMG roadster in white? Classy color combination, and fantastic wheels.
The ultimate decision in which one would you choose, for the enthusiasts keep in mind the Superleggera was a manual.
Those carbon ceramics on the 458 Italia look damn good.
As I hide behind the tree and update our Twitter feed, this amazing DBS takes all eyes off me.
Have you ever heard one of these? If you haven’t you have not lived your car enthusiast life to the fullest, yet.
It’s a Ford GT, its the right color/stripe combination, enough said.
Seeing an SLR McLaren roadster is rare enough, let alone seeing it alongside a GT3RS with blue wheels and stripe.
The FF’s smiley face still doesn’t detract from its amazing exhaust note, interesting 4-wheel-drive configuration, and rather hefty price tag.
Have you seen an R34 Nissan Skyline GT-R in the wild before? This was a first for us.
This was the only matte paint on a car at the entire show. That’s not a bad thing.