Concours d'Elegance St. Johns -2016
Ford celebrates the GT
The MK IV coupe that A.J. Foyt and Dan Gurney drove to victory in Lemans in 1967. Notice the "Gurney Bubble" on the passenger side roof...
The 2017 Ford GT
1 of just of 1331 1991 Ferrari F-40's...
1 of just 275 1993 Jaguar XJ220's and 1 of just 37 cars that were never sold to the public.
1 of just 823 1989 Porsche Speedster Convertibles and 1 of just 6 made in Baltic Blue...
This is the last 1952 Nash-Healey by Healey and Pininfarina built.
This is a special 1970 Boss 429 Mustang to say the least. This Grabber Blue Boss 429 is considered to be "the finest and most authentically restored thoroughbred Boss 429 in the world" as stated by the Mustang Club of America. It spent 15 years being restored and still retains all of the original body panels, engine, transmission, drive-train, interior, and glass. KK2547 was built December 11th, 1969 and is #488 of 500 built.
This 1970 Plymouth Barracuda is one of just a handful in Moulin Rouge or as it is better known "Panther Pink" and is even more rare thanks to the factory stripe on the side. It is thought to be one of only 2 with the stripe.
This 1971 Hemi Cuda was one of only 107 to roll off the line in Hamtramck and is just 1 of 48 with the Torqueflite automatic transmission. This car featured in "Plum Crazy" also features power steering, power brakes, rare leather interior, and many other options making it one of the highest option cudas in existence. This combination along with the AM radio and Dictaphone cassette recorder makes it 1 of 1 according to the owner.
1971 Plymouth GTX with the 4 speed ,370hp 440 4-barrel, and sunroof options making this car 1 of only 32. It was found in a junkyard in Iowa and underwent restoration starting in 2009.
A very rare 1970 Javelin SST Mark Donahue Edition, 1970 Buick GSX Stage 1, and 1970 Mercury Cougar Eliminator(1 of just 30 with the 428 Cobra Jet option).
1 of just 70 1970 Superbirds with the Hemi option.
This 1970 Yenko Deuce is just 1 of 175 made. 125 were made initially and quickly sold out but an additional 50 were made with Hurst improvements including the 2-piece Hurst wheels on this vehicle. This is only 1 of 10 in Hugger Orange.
This 1969 Mustang Mach 1 Fastback is 1 of 10 built for a west coast promotion called the "Rainbow of Colors". It is painted in Ford Fleet Yellow or better known as School Bus Yellow. All 10 cars came with the 428 Cobra Jet option and 4-speed transmission.
This 1969 Shelby Ford Mustang GT350 Fastback was used in the Hertz Rent-A-Car program and was one of only 17 built in Grabber Orange. Only 8 are known to exist.
One of just 267 4-speed A12 Superbees built in 1969. This example also has the rare bucket seat option.
1969 Chevy Camaro RS COPO
This 1969 Camaro Z28 is thought to be one of the highest optioned cars that came out of the factory and possibly the most expensive. It has the JL8 4-wheel disc brake package which was on only 208 cars. The other rare option is the cross-ram duel 4-barrel intake manifold which was in the trunk when the car was delivered.