• Juliana Vigorito

An Inside Look At The First NYC Concours

The moment we've all been waiting for. An all inclusive car experience for car enthusiasts that takes place on an NYC rooftop!! Talk about one of a kind. Well, not only the event that is but also some of the cars themselves. The New York City Concours brings in cars from all over the world and from different time periods. From modern to vintage classics, car collectors share some of the most unique pieces of art in history. If you like cars, you'll love coming to one of these events. However, it doesn't stop at just cars. These events also include music, fashion, lifestyle, and entertainment to truly give you the fully experience, Let's dive in and look at some of my favorite vehicles captured below.

Okay, now this was a coincidence. The other day on my Instagram Stories I reposted a photo of this incredible 1990 Lamborghini LM002 that I instantly fell in love with. I honestly didn't even know it existed. The only Lamborghini SUV I knew of was the Urus which is also a beautiful design for modern technology. Although I will admit, I am a sucker for a boxed shape SUV, so I think the LM002 wins my heart on this one. Next thing I know I'm walking into the event and see this beauty right in front of me. Talk about a dream come true. Hopefully I can actually drive one one day. *adds to bucket list*

You can't go wrong with the classic Countach. Everyone has different opinions about this car, but I love the futuristic feel to it. I guess you can say I'm a fan of Lamborghini haha.

My all time dream car. The 1970 Ferrari 365/4 "Daytona". One of the fastest of its time. Starting from the front V12 engine, the incredible finish of the interior, and ending it with the slick exhaust pipes. Isn't it a beauty.

1974 Dino 246GTS

Attempted to be a lower cost sports car, the Dino is a 2.4 liter V6 engine. It was actually inspired by Enzo Ferrari's son named Dino. I believe only a few were made since it didn't last very long, but I'd do anything to get my hands on one. Especially in this color!!

1976 Porsche 911 (930) Turbo Carrera

Last but not least, one of the most iconic collector cars. The 1957 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing. Voted "sports car of the century" in 1999. It's gullwing doors and straight six engine was a hit and could go up to 160 mph!


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