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Our inaugural Sunday Morning Car Show was a huge success!

Our first Sunday Morning Car Show was held on Sunday, June 25th on the beautiful grounds of Onatru Farm Park in South Salem, NY. Fortunately, the weather was picture perfect. Hundreds of enthusiasts showed up to enjoy a diverse collection of cars, trucks and motorcycles. Exotics included a drop-dead gorgeous Ferrari Daytona Spyder and a McLaren P1. American muscle ranged from vintage Corvettes and Trans-Ams all the way to a new Ford Shelby GT350. The Porschephiles in the crowd were in heaven. Amidst the 911s of every stripe, Speedsport Tuning brought an extremely rare 1960 Porsche RS60 racecar and a track-prepped Cayman. Michael Pollack arrived in his outrageous Leh Keen-built Porsche Safari number 4. And Spyder Creations showed off their hand-crafted, all-aluminum 550 Spyder recreation.

Miller Motorcars showed off the sexy, new Alfa-Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio, a Bentley GTC convertible and the Maserati Levante S performance SUV from the new Maserati of Westport showroom. Monticello Motor Club (MMC) displayed an M4 from their new fleet of BMW M cars. MMC donated some great branded swag for our raffle. AMMO Car Care donated an assortment of their premium detailing products. Speedsport Tuning donated a 4-wheel alignment. And the nearby Ridgefield Playhouse donated two tickets to the June 29th Wallflowers concert!

We also had two great non-profit organizations on site: Guiding Eyes for The Blind brought a few of their adorable puppies. And Survive the Drive’s Bob Green was spreading the organizations message of proper driver training for our teens.

All-in-all it was a great first event and folks are already asking us when the next one will be. Stay tuned! In the meantime, check out the great photos below from our friend Dave Goldenberg:

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