Carmel-by-the-Sea. August 16, 2017
The second stop on the Wednesday of Car Week was the first all-female owned car show in their history. The inaugural event was not a large one, but feature a nice cross selection of cars. The first vehicle to strike my eye was a 1960 Chrysler Imperial convertible in white. This thing felt like it took up most of the parking spaces in the town, the dog I found in the back seat seemed to enjoy the space. The Imperial was the top of the line model for Chrysler for some years, like the Continental for Lincoln.
Speaking of Lincoln, there was a Continental parked next to the Imperial, somehow it looked reasonably sized next to it. This one was a beautiful teal coloured convertible. Other cars spotted included a few Porsche 911s from different eras, including a Nardo Grey 50th anniversary car and a sweet 1980’s accordion bumper model in white.
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