Luxury cars are rolling into the Pebble Beach Concours D’Elegance in Monterey, California this week. It’s the most drool-worthy show for car aficionados in the entire world.
For high-end manufacturers, the classic car show is where they can unveil the hottest new products and models, parade future concepts that might hit the road in a decade or so, and meet high-end clients ready to spend.
68 years ago, the vintage car show was only a day long. Now it spans an entire Monterey Car Week, with associated events held across the entire peninsula.
Hundreds of oglers had already queued before 5 a.m. Tuesday morning to wait for the first classic to drive by in the show’s “dawn patrol” ritual: a 1946 Fiat 1100 C Frua Barchetta.