We’ re up at Pebble Beach and the trip so far has been nothing short of EXHAUSTING. If you haven’t been able to attend one of their annual shindigs then do yourself a favor and add it to your bucket list. The various shows which are hosted throughout the week are held at the most luxurious places around town and the backdrops and scenery are nothing short of breath taking. Entry into the shows range typically range from $150 all the way up to $700 but the one show that’s free of charge – with the exception of a $10 parking fee – is the show over at Rancho Canada called Legends of the Autobahn. But don’t let the free admission fool you. There’s plenty to see and the ambiance is dead on point.
How’s that for a show venue?
Sitting pretty on the greens was this 1985 AMG 500 SEC factory wide body.
These classic Benzes are gaining in popularity and before you know it they’ll be climbing in price so if you ever wanted to add one of these to your vintage collection then now is the time to act. The rear flares on this beast are impeccable and the only other factory widebodies that have ever gained that much attention in the MB lineup tend to be those found on the classic wide body E500 (W124).
This was even more interesting…..the now infamous cassette trays. LOL….how times have changed.
Classic Alpine head unit.
I’ve been looking for all the older head units from Alpine, Pioneer and Kenwood and it’s nearly impossible to locate. If anyone has a lead on the older head units let me know.
Chris brought out his G Power Twin Supercharged BMW M5 and as expected he consistently attracted a crowd of folks who were both baffled and amazed. The HRE Wheels definitely won the approval of many and the G-Power kit threw plenty of grown ass men into a sheer state of arousal. LOL.
Ahh yes…the classic Porsche 356. Definitely one of my favorites.
Big Money lineup. The classic Mercedes Benz Gullwings.