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The day started out very German at FinishLine Auto Club in Costa Mesa, CA… as it was the day of the silver arrow.

The featured cars were Mercedes Benz and it was a fantastic showing. There were many models ranging from 300 SLs (a lot of them), SLS AMGs, and even an SLR! when I arrived they were just starting to lineup all the Mercedes down the middle of finishline auto club. Just by seeing what was already I’m the parking lot, I knew it was going to be an impressive display.

While all the mercs were being ushered to their spot in the lineup, I was talking with Bob Allen and he took me up on a lift to get a birds eye view of the show, this was awesome! I only captured a few shots before we had to maneuver the lift to a new spot, which is when I departed the vehicles to walk around the lot and check out all the cars that showed up.

As I made my lap around the lot, I ran into some friends, Colin, Jen, and their dog, Toby. Needless to say, he is a good boiiiii.

Colin‘s father brought out probably the rarest car at the show, a Sunbeam Imp. I honestly do not know anything about these little British cars, but I am sure it is very fun to drive.

If I had to choose my favorite car of the day, it would have to be the Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren. I remember when this car came out, it was absolutely bonkers looking with all the vents and side exit exhausts, which I think are incredibly badass. I will not even talk about the specs, I will just share the photos of this beast.

Overall, it was another great showing at the FinishLine Auto Club and cant wait until the next one!


Updated: Jun 27, 2021

Hello everyone,

It is that time again! I have updated my website with a fresh new look for 2021 (I know, I know... we are already half way through the year). Instead of the typical bright, white galleries that are typically seen, I decided to go with a dark photo gallery vibe.

As my photography style develops, my website will develop with it. I am starting to lean more towards a documentary style of photography instead of a editorial feel. I am really getting into capturing a story instead of just a single image. This style should start to make its way to my website in the coming months. I know I have a long way to go and will probably never master the art of telling a story through images, but I will try my hardest.

Anyways, I hope everyone is doing well!

Best Regards,

David Coyne


When you are a car lover, you want to get your hands on all the coolest accessories and products as you can. One insanely cool product I have just received is the Classic '60s Racecar Drink Coaster Set from Camisasca Automotive Manufacturing, Inc.

The Classic '60s Racecar Drink Coaster Set comes in a set of 6 precision laser-etched aluminum coasters which feature iconic racecars from the '60s. Which 6 iconic '60s racecars you ask? The MGC GTS, Honda S800, Renault Alpine A110 Group IV, Ferrari 250 PF SWB, Porsche 911R SWB, and AC Cobra 289 FIA.

Upon unboxing the coaster set, I instantly notice the fine craftsmanship and precision accuracy of the laser-etched images. Each coaster has a high-quality neoprene backing that protects and insulates furniture from heat, water, and scratches. Each coaster is 3 1/2" x 3 1/2" and is a sturdy 2.5mm thick.

The coasters clean up very well after use... I had some first hand experience, as I spilled my coffee on them. For cleanup, all it took was a simple damp cloth with a swift swipe... and voila!

Want to check this coaster set out this set for yourself? Looking to give a nice touch to your man cave or office? Follow the link: Classic '60s Racecar Drink Coaster Set

Who is Camisasca Automotive Manufacuring, Inc? They are a family owned and operated supplier of automotive accessories to over 40 OEMs, many corporations, and small businesses in the United States since 1982. Camisasca is based out of Lake Forest, CA (where I grew up, which is extremely cool) and is run by a family that has always been in love with everything automotive.

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