If you’ve never been to Cars N Coffee hosted by Engineered Automotive, you’re definitely missing out. This past Canada Day long weekend proved to be the largest CnC yet, and we’re very proud to be one of the event’s sponsors.
What’s so special about Cars n’ coffee you ask? Diversity. And a lot of it! E
A’s Cars n Coffee event was originally started with only a handful of gearheads in a local shopping mall. The small gathering started to snowball into what it is today, and this past weekend proved just that.
A wide array of cars showed up well before 8am, and not even within an hour the cars overflowed into the streets and neighbouring parking lots. Every step you take, you would be greeted with an automotive gem.
Check out this 1956 Porsche 356A – Wow!
To set the mood just right, our good friend Dave T. from www.housemusicradio.ca was playing some wicked house music. The mellow downtempo beats blended just right and created a perfect ambience. Did you like the tunes? Stream them live >HERE<
Music is always on point with this guy on the ones and twos.
As a way to show a token of our appreciation, we raffled off a PPF package 2 to one lucky attendee. We would like to congratulate Wes for being the lucky winner, and boy are we happy he won – he’s got a badass supercharged Mustang!!!!!! Can’t wait to work on this beast – we will definitely post it up on our site when he comes by!
Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale
Our friend Gordan from Gordon Auto Spa brought his C63 AMG – This thing sounds badass!
Our current generation may have forgotten what real craftsmanship is. Timeless design on this 1941 Chevy Pickup. Sitting pretty in Thunder Alley at Cars N Coffee.
Our long time friend, Bianca, brought out her baby – a 1981 Datsun 280ZX!!!! Sponsored by our friends at OptionJDM, this gem got a lot of love from the CnC attendees. Did you know….? We vinyl wrapped this Datsun in Avery Gloss Grey.
Laguna Seca Blue E46 M3 – Hell Yeah!!!!
Did you know that the Jaguar XJ220 was originally supposed to have a LeMans inspired 6.2 Litre V12, making close to 500HP. Instead that original idea never made it to production. Instead, it was powered by a 3.5L V6 Twin Turbo motor, from a Group B Rally Car!
No, its not Dom Toretto. 1968 Dodge Charger R/T – Mean muggin’.
Our long time friend brought out this beauty!!!! 1969 Camaro
This is one gorgeous 1956 Ford F-100
Look what we found tucked in all the way in the back of the shop.
Talk about perfect timing, just as we wrapped up and left Cars N Coffee, the rain came. To those who left early, missed John’s monster of a Supra.