• Jun 6, 2008
We've told you about the weekly Cars and Coffee car meet in Irvine, California before. Heck, we're regular attendees whenever we are in town. Well, the Irvine C&C meet isn't the only caffeine and horsepower combo in the country. Similar gatherings have been taking place all over this great nation, some of them even adopting the C&C moniker. The latest to join the list is a new event starting in Las Vegas on June 14. What makes this one special besides the location is that somewhere along the way, someone trademarked the Cars and Coffee name. This Las Vegas event is only the second official Cars and Coffee show in existence. Just like many of the others, it will be free to entrants as well as the public. Expect a similar eclectic mix of exotics, hot rods, muscle cars, classics and sports cars to the original Irvine event. It will run from 7AM until about 10AM at the Sansone Park Place shopping center at 9500 S Eastern Ave (215 and Eastern). Go to the official Cars and Coffee Las Vegas website for more info and directions to the show. And check out a gallery from a previous show that played host to the Ford GT National Rally II.


[Source: Cars and Coffee Forum]


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      • 6 Years Ago
      Cars and Coffee?

      Two of my favorite things in one place?

      I'm sorry, but I need to be excused. My head just exploded from the awesome-ness of the situation.
      • 6 Years Ago
      This essentially describes any gathering of Saab people I've ever been to.
      • 6 Years Ago
      There is a targa version?

      Is that aftermarket?
      • 6 Years Ago
      I hate to see this thing get commercialized, although not a huge surprise...
      • 6 Years Ago
      7am to 10am? I don't think I will be awake to take part. Could it be rescheduled for a more "normal person" friendly time?
      Why not 12pm to 6pm? Think of the attendance!