EXOTICS AND RARITIES ALL

Kwinana Courier - - Driveway -

JAMES Bond was there, so was the Back to the Fu­ture car, sev­eral bulls from the Lam­borgh­ini herd and a Fiat 124 coupe with a plate in Ro­man nu­mer­als.

Plus more than 300 other exotics – in­clud­ing the re­turn to Perth of the Driv­e­time Porsche af­ter hi­ber­nat­ing in Tas­ma­nia since Targa Tas­ma­nia 2016.

Sun­day was Perth’s great­est Cars and Cof­fee gath­er­ing yet, with 350 classic ve­hi­cles on dis­play and crowd num­bers ap­proach­ing 1000.

Stand­outs were a mag­nif­i­cent MG, ap­par­ently a K3 of circa 1933, repli­cas of a Jaguar D-Type and a Porsche RS 550 Spy­der, and an amaz­ing va­ri­ety of other ve­hi­cles.

Among them were rarities such as a Simca 1000, an Alpine A110, a De To­maso Longchamp, Ital­ian beau­ties and some Amer­i­can mus­cle.

Just look­ing at the num­ber plates told quite a story.

The Com­mu­nity-liv­er­ied Drive­way Porsche 911 of Rob Buys.

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