[singlepic id=1246 w=320 h=240 float=left]Today was one of those days that had some anticipation, in a good way, surrounding it. After being delayed for a few weeks, the season opener for Exotics@RTC was finally here.

The day started out pretty foggy, but that didn’t last for too long. As the cars started to file in, they had 6 sections for the cars to park in. Each section had 2 rows, and held approximately 20 cars per row. I heard that the count was 225 cars, and that the lots were at capacity 15 minutes before they were officially open.  A few cars were parked down the center of the isles, and others at the ends. They actually had to turn about 25 cars away. I had heard that there would be a Ferrari Enzo showing up, and it did… Beautiful piece of machinery. But, there was much more than just the Enzo to look at. There was an interesting car called the Panhard, a beautiful Riviera, a slick Aston Martin, a cool little Morgan, along with all of the other great exotic cars that showed up today.  [singlepic id=1298 w=320 h=240 float=right]This was a great way to open up the season, and it was a nice way to spend the morning. The Exotics@RTC runs every Saturday morning from early spring to late fall, and is held at The Redmond Town Center. This is the largest weekly informal gathering of exotic cars north of L.A.

The gathering is weather dependent, so it’s best to stop by their FB Page Exotics@RTC to see if it will be happening. Also, check out their website ExoticsAt.

 

 

 

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