Summers in Michigan are little more than a series of car shows, with events ranging from the Woodward Dream Cruise to the Meadow Brook Concours d'Elegance. While we love Woodward's tribute to American Muscle, only the Concours could deliver on genuine luxury exotics. And what supercar display would be complete without the father of all exotics, Ferrari.
The Meadow Brook Concours didn't disappoint with Ferraris ranging from a pristine 1953 Tipo 166mm Competizione Spider with its intricate 2.0-liter V12 engine, to the new for 2010 Ferrari California. Other Maranello-sourced supercars include the 612 Scaglietti, the 1967 330 Spyder with its three valve, 450 hp mill, and the Concours award-winning 1967 Dino Competizione driven by none other than movie director/car nut Jim Glickenhaus. Click the gallery below to take a tour of the best the Prancing Horse had to offer at Concours 2009.