The 30th edition of the Cavallino Classic culminated, as always, with the Classic Sports Sunday gathering. This time however, the gathering did not move down the road to Mar-a-Lago, but rather it took place at The Breakers. The weather was very warm and humid but that didn’t stop about 60 very unique cars from showing up. The gathering raised funds benefiting the American Council of the Blind Scholarship Fund.
Among the nicest cars at the show was a gorgeous Ferrari 250 GTO with a very unique ‘scudetto’ painted right behind the drivers side door. This is the only GTO in existence to have a scudetto featured this way. The car was placed into position very early on during the day and it allowed me to capture it with early morning light illuminating it.
The Sunday gathering is known for bringing out some very interesting vehicles. A lot of them are one of a kind, and it’s safe to say that all of them are unique. Whether it’s the coachwork, color, or vehicles in existence, there is always something that will make you say ‘wow’.
The variety of the field is unique in and of itself as cars from all decades, makes and styles are mixed in with one another. Where else can you see a one-of-a-kind Chrysler with Italian coachwork just a couple of cars away from a Ford GT.
The Sunday show was the perfect culmination to the 30th anniversary of the Cavallino gathering. It’s been many years of great shows, amazing people and unbelievable cars. Now, as the show moves forward under new ownership, one cannot wait to see what the next 30 years holds.