There are a few other events earlier in the Monterey car week, but for us it's Gordon McCall's Motorworks Revival that really gets things started. This year marks the 20th anniversary of the event at the Monterey Jet Center, and it was celebrated with plenty of amazing cars, planes, and fine food and drink.

This year also brought a host of debuts from various sports car manufacturers. Lotus debuted the Evora GTE Road Car Concept, Lamborghini showed off the Aventador this side of the Atlantic for the first time, Hennessey showed off the first Venom GT destined for a domestic customer and Aston Martin brought the V12 Zagato, freshly washed and waxed after its campaign at the Nürburgring.

The Monterey car week is more about classics, however, and there was plenty of vintage iron on display as well. Attendees enjoyed everything from a gorgeous Jaguar D-Type to a Trans-Am Camaro race car. You can see those and more in the high-res gallery above.


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      James Lee
      • 3 Years Ago
      I'll take the FA-18 Hornet next to the Lambo.
      MrWhopee
      • 3 Years Ago
      One thing car companies seem to forget is the ratio of length of road available per car. What enables China's tremendous growth in automobile purchase is not just the rising income from its people, I think, but also CHina's heavy investments into roads the last couple decades. Countries like Indonesia is often viewed as the next big thing in automobiles based on cars per person number, but we barely have enough road for the number of cars we have today. If yearly car sales grow to, say, 1 million cars per year, I don't know where to place all those cars. India's the same, I think.
      Carbon Fibre
      • 3 Years Ago
      As much as I like Lambo's, I'd take that 18 anytime damn it.
      Matthew Artelt
      • 3 Years Ago
      I'm really diggin' that navy blue Morgan that thing is gorgeous. And I hate to say it but the Zagato doesn't work for me, at least not in that color. I look at that picture and I just hear "hyuuuuuunh!" It needs to be in BRG or black IMO.