Monday, September 26, 2016

The Boston Cup 2016, quite a car show!

The Boston Cup, New England's premier car show, took over the Boston Common yesterday and that made it a great car day! I mean, when you've got a vintage Bugatti and a new Bugatti (Veyron) and a line-up of Ferraris to make you drool (F40, Enzo, LaFerrari - the first one I've ever seen in person) and so many the other classics, well, that's a crazy day!

I also had the chance to interview Ken Lemoine, one of the co-founders of The Boston Cup. Enjoy my chat with him here:



[and be sure to read my interview with the other co-founder, Rich Doucette, here.]

And while you're doing all of that, also enjoy some photos from yesterday's show.


The show starts before the sun comes up ...







And then vehicles start to arrive ...

Even bikes are part of the show, this one a 1945 Motobecane, a beauty




This is a Cord, an an eventual winner on the day

Ariel Atom

Bugatti, from 1938





When it comes to cars, trying to better the Italians, regardless of price or era, will not be easy ...




Ferrari: The Enzo is a beauty

Ferrari: LaFerrari, the first time I've seen one. I overheard this is chassis #1, first ever made

Yup, that's a Pagani and a LaFerrari


Not that there weren't other great cars too ...





The other Bugatti, a Veyron


Who remembers these?

Um, a 1965 Ford GT40, owned locally

A man and his Jaguar

Ferrari: Yes, an F40

Yes, that's an Aston Martin DB5 and yes, that's a cardboard cutout James Bond


A couple of Dodges from 1958

Who would have thought an Oldsmobile from 1988 would become a classic

And in closing, it's hard not to love the Alfas ...




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