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An Incredible Collection Of Vintage Ferraris Was On Display In Palm Beach This Weekend
Thousands of Ferrari lovers flocked to Palm Beach this weekend for the annual Cavallino Classic, one of the largest Ferrari conventions in the world.
The centerpiece of the event was the Concorso d’Eleganza at the Breakers Hotel on Saturday morning, where some 150 rare Ferraris from the past seven decades were on display on the front lawn.
Spectators milled around, snapping photos and watching as pairs of judges inspected each vehicle and awarded points for originality and elegance.
We were on hand to take in the scene, which was completely over the top.
The Cavallino Classic is one of the biggest and most important Ferrari gatherings around. Dozens of high-profile collectors display their cars and compete for the coveted titles that are handed out.
The event takes place at The Breakers in Palm Beach, a grand hotel that’s temporarily turned into a massive car showroom.
General admission tickets are $ 75 — not cheap. But for diehard Ferrari fans, it’s a small price to pay.