Cars & Coffee

It can have many names, but quite often it is called simply: Cars & Coffee.  It might be the first weekend of the month or the second, or it could be a weekday night, but it is a chance for local (and some not-so-local) car owners a chance to come to a common location and show off their car or truck. 

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It might be a classic Kaman Ghia or it might be an

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expensive exotic.  It could be anything in between.

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There are no entry fees and no trophies.  People just know when and where to show up. 

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There are no roped off sections and you can talk to the owners of these great vehicles.

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There are no special categories, but there are certainly some special vehicles:

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You can never be sure what kind of car you will see next:

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Even rust can be beautiful:

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So ask around, check for a local “cars and coffee” near you and let yourself be amazed by what you can get to see with no ticket to buy and not ropes around the cars.  Often the owner is right there (if they are not out ogling the other cars) to talk to.  They love questions and will provide insights into their “baby” that no museum can hope to provide.

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