ClassicCars.com, celebrated future collector cars with a show of their own Monday, set during Arizona Car Week atop a parking garage at the Scottsdale Quarter, an upscale shopping district.
ClassicCars.com, with support from Car Street Journal and the Function Factory, celebrated future collector cars with a show of their own Monday, set during Arizona Car Week atop a parking garage at the Scottsdale Quarter, an upscale shopping district.
More than 100 cars, produced from 1975 to 2017 model years, glistened against a backdrop of the McDowell Mountains, with a view of WestWorld, and Scottsdale’s glimmering city lights.
Asian, European, and domestic brands were represented at the show, along with a bending of generations, from baby boomers to millennials and those in-between.
At the conclusion of the show, the cars rolled out together in a parade lap and then dispersed once they hit the street level.
Cars were judged by a panel led by Classic Car News East Coast editor Andy Reid.
The winners were:
Best of Show – 1998 Toyota Supra, Alek Heit
Featured Ford Class – 2017 Shelby GT350R, Jonathan Fonggee
Instant Classic (2006-2017) Domestic – 2016 Corvette Z06, Ryan Barstad
1995-2005 Domestic – 2005 Pontiac GTO, Kyle Baker
1975-1994 Domestic – 1981 Trans Am, Mark Miller
Instant Classic (2006-2016) Euro – 2011 E82, Bally
1995-2005 Euro – 2001 VW Jetta custom truck, Chris Kingston
1975-1994 Euro – 1976 BMW 2002, Rav Sandln
Instant Classic (2006-2017) Import – 2014 Nissan GT-R, Nathan Ricci
1975 – 1994 Import – 1977 Datsun 280Z, Keith Ross
Diamond in the Rough – 2005 Scion Xb, Chris Wilson1 comment