A Monterey Parking Lot Is An Actual Concours Anywhere Else
With photographer Tim Scott roaming around the Monterey Car Week, you never know what interesting vehicle or exciting angle will come through. Assigned to several events already, he just had to train his lens on a subject that should have been boring: parked cars at The Quail. They were anything but…
One of the joys of Monterey is it’s impossible to be too ostentatious; here, you’ll see camouflaged Lamborghinis, sports racing Ferraris, and enough 200+ mph Porsches wearing license plates that you’ll wonder if this isn’t the Le Mans weekend.
Taking a Pre-War car to the show would have been a riot—along with that red Acura NSX—but the one car to catch my eye is the right-hand-drive Nissan Bluebird SSS coupe, which appears to have both a slick vanity plate and a few subtle suspension, wheel, and tire modifications.
Did you see anything spectacular in a parking lot during the Monterey Car Week?