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59th Porsche Parade Concours d’ Elegance

The 59th Porsche Parade Concours d’ Elegance was held on Monday, June 16th on the fairways of the Del Monte Golf Course which hosted over 200 Concours cars as well as a Historic Display and current models from PCNA.

Monterey hosts quite a few shows throughout the year and this particular one happened on a Monday of all days. After grabbing Nakai from the airport, I was able to make the event with an hour to spare. Here’s my abundance of awesomeness in one post. That’s if you’re into P-cars.

Sometimes you have to go out and stretch their legs.

997.1 GT3 & 997.2 GT3. Which do you prefer?

Some really cool race cars were just chilling in the lot of the Hyatt.

This long nose 911 looking good.

These two ladies were super stoked to be sitting in their 914.

Carrera & an RS. Chillin on the grass.

993 GT2 and a 993 with some aftermarket parts.

356 is so classic.

So many classic race cars in one place makes you feel spoiled.

Gulf 911

So classic.

George Loos RSR.

1985 Porsche Rothmans 962C

924 Race car!

My favorite 356 of the event. Would definitely consider trading the Hakosuka for a clean 356.

I really love this color. Its like a burnt orange-red. I forget what the owner called it but its an original Porsche color.

There was a 912 row of cars also.

An awesome display of 356’s.

My 2nd favorite 356 of the show.

An aisle of Porsche parked.

A newer 991 race car on display next to the main tents.

Dream car right here.

Slant nose 930.

Extremely clean 997 with that red-orange interior. Nice!

Next year they’re going to host the 60th anniversary event in French Lick, Indiana.

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Mark Arcenal

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1 Comment

  1. Jhooks
    25/06/2014 at 5:32 pm

    so much awesome