The usual array of car shows I frequent are either local cruise nights or a Sunday gathering of some classic iron. None of them can be called a concours d'Elegance or any other foreign words and are usually held in front of a restaurant, not on a golf course. TheCarConnection covered the 2005 on a beautiful March day at the Florida-Georgia border. The show's highlights included a display of Alfa Romeos and a celebration of 50 years of the Chevy small-block V-8. The article has a good rundown of some of the more significant cars in attendance and some good pictures.
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