Words by Tim Wong
On the famous Rodeo Drive, the annual Father’s Day tradition of the Concours d’Elegance takes place and brings out some of the most rare vehicles out on display. Starting 20 years ago, the event has gain some international fame. This year’s theme was “the Jet Age” and featured a Learjet 85 parked in the event.
Mel and I went out to check out the event for a couple hours since we didn’t have much else going on that day. This was our first time checking out the event and didn’t really know what to expect. There was definitely a massive crowd of people at the event and an endless sight of amazing vehicles inside and outside the event.
I knew this Pagani Huayra was in town and it was nice to finally see it in person.
With these high end cars, it’s amazing to see the amount of work put into the details.
Over in the show, there were some amazing vehicles brought out like the Keaton Batmobile. Last time I saw this was probably last year at Comic Con.
There was also the Adam West Batmobile, 1955 Lincoln Futura-based 1966 Batmobile by George Barrris Kustomson, was display too.
Mclaren brought out a couple vehicles.
Aggressive looking track spec Lamborghini Gallardo brought out by eGarage was a sight to see.
1953 Fiat 8V Ghia Supersonic
1936 Auburn Supercharged Boat Tailed Speedster
1919 La Bestioni
2011 Zolfe Road Rocket
1962 Goggomobil Coupe 400
1958 Messerschmitt KR 201
2011 Morgan Aero SuperSport
Ferrari displayed a couple of their vehicle line up
1972 Austin Mini Pickup
1963 Ferrari Lusso 250
1940 Cadillac Series 62
1970 Dodge Challenger
1965 Shelby 427 Cobra
1967 Ferrari California
1948 Tucker Sedan
1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB
1955 Chrysler Ghia Gilda Streamline X Coupe
1959 Deutsch Bonnet HBR-5
1962 Ghia L6, 4 Coupe
1963 Ferrari 400 Superamerica
1956 Mercedes Benz 300SL Gullwing
1972 DKW 125 MX