The category of the SoCal ConcoursYes, all automobile shows have their good points -- the little have been hot rod-happy, the little have been snooty, the little have been the confused mixture of new automobile sales as well as the Cars-N-Coffee hangover crowd. But if you had to pick the most appropriate Concours in Southern California (that area south of, say, harrumph harrumph,Pebble Beach) youd have to select theSan Marino Motor Classic.Now in the sixth profitable year, San Marino has everything. With over 300 cars sprawled opposite the magnificent immature grass large sufficient to land the SpaceX rocket on, or may be the space shuttle, San Marino has it all. This year the cars ranged from the big, stately Classic Car Club of America juggernauts to everything else youd ever want at the Concours, including Orphan Marques,Hot Rods,Cobras, Japanese Sports Cars, 3 classes ofMuscle Cars, 3 classes ofMercedes, 4 classes ofPorsches, 4 ofFerrariand woodies sufficient to pleasure even the most jaded termite.We finally got the woodies sorted out, pronounced the sardonic Aaron Weiss, organizer extraordinaire as well as co-founder of the event. Dydia DeLyser' 1991 Nissan Figaro was the category of the Japanese automobile class. There wereAlfas, Jags, British Sports Cars, as well as threeelectric cars. Everything else once again was poured into Class X, which included the Saab 99 to aZimmer. Yes, aZimmer, again.One of the some-more conspicuous sections of the grass contained the Ferrari supercars of collector David Lee. Lee brought the single each of each good Ferrari from the 1985 288GTOto theF40,F50,Enzoand theLa Ferrari. It was quite the sight.The eventuality has made over the million dollars for the charities as well as looks to go on in the black for as long as you can see into the future.
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