It looked like it was going to rain this past weekend, but it turn out to be nice weather in the morning for Cars and Coffee.
I saw a bunch of really nice rides, but the coolest one was the Noble M400.
I talked to the owner and he pretty much described the Noble as a “track car that’s drivable on the road”. The vehicle weighs around 2500lbs, which is really light. Just to give you an idea, a Porsche 911 typically weighs about 3000lbs or more. It’s got a significant amount of turbo boost that pushes out around 424hps. That’s quite a lot of power, and it can do 0-60 around 3.2 seconds.
The owner said that he picked his up for around $50k, and it had all the necessary updates/maintenance to keep it running strong. Anyway, it’s definitely a car I’d like to add to the stable in the future. The only thing I’d do differently is remove the front license plate. In fact, I think I’m going to remove mine from my car. Sadly, it makes this amazing super car look like a joke.
Next up, the typical Porshe owners hang out together. Pretty small turn out, but it was nice to see such a wide variety, from old to new.
The white Porsche on the left is a 911 GT3 (997 model). The red one on the right is a slant nose turbo, with a giant whale tail.
A bunch of muscle cars and hot rods made it out as well. My favorite was the Chevrolet Mako.
Old Corvette in a lovely blue.
This is my favorite angle. look at those lines!
Pretty class interior too.
A lovely GTO. One menacing looking muscle car.
Chrysler Prowler. Really sharp color.
Mercedes Benz SLS with the famous gull wings.
It’s not my favorite super car, but it does have a unique air about it. It’s definitely an “old man’s” car.
And some random photos. The tesla sedan interior.
And a big ass truck.