The Concours d'Elegance that takes place on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, CA has been an incredible Fathers Day car show for the past 27 years. The event is free to attend and displays a great mixture of classics, supercars, hypercars, and much more.
This year, I made a quick trip to the Rodeo Drive early in the morning and had to leave early, so I would be focusing on the cars being dropped off and the rally that took place at 9:30am. When I arrived at 7:00am, the first vehicle I came across was a Ferrari Monza SP2... what a darn good way to start the day! I was able to get a few photographs taken before people showed up.
After the Monza, a few more vehicle started to show up as the setup crews scrambled to complete their booths and displays. A few moments later, an all black Ferrari Enzo made its way up Rodeo Drive to stage for the show.
Another highlight of the early morning (that a lot of people were just walking past) was a Porsche 910 at the Auto Vault booth.
It was now getting closer to 9:00am and decided it was time to walk over to the rally starting line with Bob Allen. On our way to the staring line, there was a Ferrari F40, which was in pristine condition just hanging out in a parking lot. I was able to get a few shots while nobody was around it. Once we arrived at the staring grid, there were many fantastic vehicles. I got in the habit of talking and not taking many photos. I did manage to get a few off of Chasen's Pagani Zonda, Manny's Bugatti Chiron, all carbon fiber Ford GT, a McLaren Sabre, and much more! Swipe through the galleries to see some of the photos from the Concours. Enjoy!