Although many rare cars remain untouched in their respective places, the Cavallino Classics Concours’ d’Elegance 2013 brought out some of the finest classic and modern Ferraris in existence. The Cavallino Classics, an annual event, attracts car enthusiasts from across the U.S. to sunny West Palm Beach, Florida. The weather this year was once again perfect for attendees and participants to gather for the occasion at the elegant Breakers Palm Beach Golf Course.
This year, the Concours’ d’Elegance featured a huge variety of classic Ferraris ranging from a rare green Ferrari Daytona Spyder to a blue Ferrari 246 Dino. The showing of modern Ferraris was also staggering as it featured a wide array of cars such as three Ferrari Enzos and the unique, blue Ferrari SuperAmerica 45. Each of the enzos had rare attributes, two of which being a variant of silver.
The third enzo was also interesting as it had ADV1 wheels. Only two of the Enzos were involved in the Concours’ D’ Elegance. The third enzo was parked in general parking alongside several non-Ferraris. Spectator cars also included a blocked off Ferrari F50, a Rosso Andromeda Lamborghini Murcielago SV, a gulf livery Lamborghini Aventador, and much more. The Cavallino Classics 2013 was a remarkable event with spectacular cars.