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|
|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 ...