Manhattan Beach Cars and Coffee Car Show Saturday A.M.
Aug 28, 2015 03:41PM
● Published by DigMB Staff
This "hot" BMW is scheduled to be at the Saturday Cars and Coffee show. This photo is from the April show at Mira Costa High School.
Car buffs and the plain ol' curious will want to get up early and hustle down to the Manhattan Beach Cars and Coffee car show event tomorrow (Saturday, August 28) from 7-9 a.m. at the base of the Manhattan Beach Pier
for "the sheer beauty of the sunrise," said event organizer Connor Jordan, a Mira Costa High School
student and member of the school's Classic Car Club.
"Combining cars, coffee, and a beautiful view are the three main attractions of our event," he told DigMB.
Saturday's free event will showcase about 35 classic and exotic vehicles. "The point of the event is to show off the community's treasured vehicles in an informal manner," said Connor. "Cars and Coffee is a nationwide event that brings thousand of vehicles together, and has many chapters in all states."
The show, a nonprofit event, is being hosted by MBM Motoring in conjunction with the MCHS Classic Car Club and the Da Vinci High School Classic Car Club.
Connor and partner Aidan Nesicolaci, the president of Da Vinci Classic Car Club put their passion for cars into these shows. The duo has already staged several car shows, mostly recently at MCHS in April.
"The reason that we host these shows is because we all have a passion for cars," Connor said. "We decided why drive hours to go to these events when we could host our very own in our home town. It may be lots of work but on the day of the show it really pays off!
"I enjoy the classic vehicles for the custom designs that they feature, and I enjoy the exotics for the engines they hold. The power and sound they produce is incredible! I also like certain modified cars for the amount of horsepower they produce from such small engines," he said.
Connor said the Saturday show will include "a handful of cars returning from April's show, but we are also expecting a large number of new vehicles."
"When someone comes this Saturday they will see a group of classic, exotic, and modified vehicles all from around the beach cities. They will also enjoy a great view and wonderful car owners to talk to," noted Connor.
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