This past weekend, some of the rarest Ferrari’s in the world were showcased at the 66th Hillsborough Concours d’Elegance. which was held in the San Francisco Bay area. An exclusive seminar was hosted by the candy store racers. The candy store racers were named after the private vintage car club that is housed in a former Packard dealership. On Friday night the candy store racers hosted hillsborough’s “Start your engine” party at an undisclosed location in order to kick off the weekend. Saturday held even more fun with another secretive car collection being shown off after a car rally through the backroads of the San Francisco Bay area.
Above is a Ferrari 365 GTB 4 Daytona. One of the many rare Ferraris showcased that were in mint condition for the scores of judges and spectators that gathered around for their shared love of cars. Some other Ferraris that were showcased this past weekend include a 1958 250 GT LWB California Spider, a 1968 330 GTC, and a 1949 166 MM Barchetta.
The next Concourse d’Elegance will be held on July 5th at Capshaholm, Indiana, where many more Ferrari enthusiasts will be showcasing their beloved cars.