• May 17, 2010
2010 Ferrari Concorso in Pasadena - Click above for high-res image gallery

Colorado Blvd in Pasadena, CA is most known for the annual Rose Parade on January 1st, with intricate floats and marching bands bringing in the new year. The famous street hosted a different kind of celebration this past weekend, though, with the Ferrari Club of American putting on a Ferrari Concorso on three blocks of the downtown portion of the city.

More than 100 Ferraris were on display, both current and vintage models. All four of the modern Ferrari supercars were present - 288 GTO, F40, F50 and Enzo - as well as the latest models like the California. There was even a Schumacher-driven 2001 Formula 1 car. Most of our time, however, was spent in the area of judged cars filled with pre-1999 models. Noted collector Bruce Meyer was kind enough to bring out his famous1956 625 TR, the Petersen Museum showed off a rare Vignale 225 Sport Spyder, and there was a multitude of gorgeous 275 GTBs and 250 series cars including a 250 GT SWB and not one but two 250 GT TdFs. You can see all of our photos from the event in the high-res gallery below.



Photos by Drew Phillips / Copyright ©2010 Weblogs, Inc.


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      • 4 Years Ago
      Very cool post from Pasadena, I can put links on Autoblog on my sites? http://mundoautomotivo.blogspot.com - http://autosauer.wordpress.com - Abraços Leandro Sauerbronn
      • 4 Years Ago
      The wife and I were stopping by the frozen yogurt place on our way to the JPL Open House (very cool) and my jaw dropped about 2 feet when we turned that corner onto Colorado! So many cars, so many DSLRs, and, of course, perfect weather. There was even a GTR, Lotus, Panamera, and Rapide. And then I went to go see robots.
      It days like that that I love living in SoCal.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Mama mia! How did I miss this event?

      I have been wondering why there have been so many Ferraris taking to the streets lately. I thought it was just a right of summer thing. Even the Alfas Romeos have been lining the boulevards lately.

      This summer is shaping up to be one of the best on record for car aficionados, that's for sure.
      • 4 Years Ago
      So much hotness in so many fantastic colors, all in one place...

      That has to have some sort of consequence. That much hot hardware in one place can't be healthy. :D
        • 4 Years Ago
        Darn it...I just live 4mi southeast of Old Town Pas. If I knew it, I'd definitely drop by last weekend. Anyways, I got much needed quality time with my gf...albeit, my pockets got bigger holes (shopping binge) now...Oh well.
        • 4 Years Ago
        I was going down Lake Avenue in the morning towards Huntington Library with my son and there were Ferraris everywhere, I mean, lines of them. Then I stopped at a red light and at least 10 of them crossed in front of me. I told my son: "They must be giving them away for free! Let's find out where." Without missing a beat, my 13 year old says: "Well, practically everybody around here has a Ferrari." Then I made a U-turn, found out there was a show, found a place to park and enjoyed the sights. Never went to the Huntington.
      • 4 Years Ago
      They should have a parade like this in every city on Earth.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Thanks for covering my collection Autoblog
      • 4 Years Ago
      Dear Autoblog,
      Please post a calendar of upcoming events so we can find out about them and attend, as opposed to just seeing the pictures of what you lucky people get to go to.
      • 4 Years Ago
      A 365 GTC/4! Hardly ever see those at Ferrari club meets. In their day, they were so overshadowed by the faster Daytona that few people remember them, despite being just as pretty in a Seventies kind of way.

      Also amazing to see a Daytona and an Enzo side-by-side. For all the car's speed and tech, it just can't touch the Daytona in terms of desirability. It's like putting a cruise missile next to a Spitfire.