Sunday, February 9, 2020

Cars on Fifth

The Ferrari Club's annual exhibition of amazing cars took place yesterday.  Naples' main street, Fifth Avenue South, was blocked off from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  The crowds were huge.
Admission was $20 per person, with the proceeds going to a mental health treatment center.

Many expensive cars beyond Ferraris were displayed.  These are McLarens.

It boggles the mind that someone can spend a couple hundred thousand dollars on a car 
and then give it a horrific paint job.

 Collier County sheriffs were there in support.

The dog didn't seem to mind being carried in a sling, but I thought it was a new level of tackiness.

A family had a clever way of not losing one another in the crowds.


Barbara Rogers said...

What a fun way to see and be seen...I imagine the "in crowd" of Naples came out to take part. (Tourists?)

RedPat said...

The auto show is on here this week and there is to be a Bugatti which sells for $16.1 million if you can believe it. I hope it is a nice colour! ;-)

Taken For Granted said...

What a fun event, and it raised money for a good charity. While I love cars, I have never understood why someone would pay so much for a car no matter how fast or beautiful it was. Unless one is on a race track, the performance of these cars are waisted.

William Kendall said...

Beautiful cars. Well, most of them.