• Jun 10, 2007
Click image for a gallery of rides in the parking lot

One of the fun sideshows associated with the Greenwich Concours is the walk through the public parking lot across the street from the event itself. There's no shortage of interesting vehicles in Greenwich and in New York's Westchester County (which is next door), and many of the Concours patrons drove some neat machinery to the show.

The eye candy outside included a Ford Lotus Cortina that I stupidly didn't photograph (someone I spoke to inside the show said it was probably Jamie Kitman's), a Renault 5 Turbo 2, an actual off-road-worthy Escalade (I did a double-take when I saw it), and a seemingly limitless number of Ferrari 360 Modenas. One of my favorites had to be the the Ford GT you see above. I mean, I like the GT anyway, but that 'LEMANS3X' vanity plate put it over the top. Plenty more to see in the gallery below. And that, my friends, concludes coverage of the 2007 Greenwich Concours. We'll do it again next year.



Related Posts:
2007 Greenwich Concours d'Elegance, Day 1 - The Americans
2007 Greenwich Concours d'Elegance, Day 2 - The Europeans


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      • 7 Years Ago
      This post made me think of a funny parking lot photo I took last weekend at our local British car show. Once I got the Elise set up I walked around and took some photos. Once I reached the public parking area I noticed that the traffic control folks had parked a Porsche 356 next to a slow sign. I thought it was priceless that british auto folks put one of the only german cars next to a slow sign...

      "slow Porsche"
      http://flickr.com/photos/fleur-design/527316462/in/set-72157600302836295/

      If you are interested you can see some photos from the rest of the show here...
      http://flickr.com/photos/fleur-design/sets/72157600302836295/
      • 7 Years Ago
      I'm in Montreal, and this weekend is always wild as far as exotic and classic cars go on account of the Grand Prix. But man, I am SO bored of seeing Ferrari 360 spyders... Its like the default car to buy if you've got an extra $200K lying around, whether you actually have a passion for the car or not. All the rich guys just jump on the 360 bandwagon while there are so many other awesome cars out there for the same kind of money.
      Props to the guy who sprung for one the Ford GT I saw, in my opinion a much more passionate car, and significantly quicker for the same money (not that many of these cars ever get driven anywhere near their limits). Other than that, I saw about a half dozen Lambos, one DB9, an SLR, and about 20 Fiat 500's, taking up one side of an entire block downtown.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Is that a "Magnum PI" Ferrari 308, I see?
      • 7 Years Ago
      Greenwich? LA? Which is it?

      Clearly some of these pics are LA, what with the plam trees and all.

      Please clarify.
        • 7 Years Ago
        Whoops. Wrong gallery link was in there for the thumbnails. It's fixed now.
      • 7 Years Ago
      #5: Amen!
      • 7 Years Ago
      For god's sake, hold the camera level. I can feel a cramp in my neck coming on.