Had a good time. It was great to see the "gang" and all the Camaros in one place. Early morning (as in before sunrise) Cars and Coffee meet was amazing. I thought it was going to be just us from Camaro5 but the parking lot filled (and it's a BIG parking lot) and I mean filled with millions of dollars worth of cars of every kind. There was everything from British sports cars; MG's, Austin Healey's, Triumphs, to Porsches, Ferraris, Mustangs, Ford GT40's, Vipers, Vettes, a bunch of Supras showed up to you name it.
The Ferraris parked down near the end of our line-up but hardly anybody was looking at them lol; people were literally walking past the Ferraris to look at our Camaros.
We were looking forward to pictures when the sun came up but just as it was starting to get daylight a fog from out of nowhere began to roll in and there went that idea. We left at about that point and headed out on a long grinding drive (WHAT are so many people doing on the freeways at that time of morning on a SATURDAY??) up to Hurst. I can't believe some of the brave souls who managed to get pictures of that caravan as the traffic was very demanding of your attention. But it looked just great to look in the mirror and see the line of Camaros behind me.
We got to Hurst and they were great. Had a good time talking with people and doing something you'd never guess! Staring at and talking about Camaros! lol We're all either sick or enthusiasts... I haven't decided which it is hehehe. Got the Hurst short shifter installed on mine and it's sooo nice. Feels like the shift throw is half the distance it was before. Solid and much easier to tell what gear you're in. I had plenty of opportunity to use it on the long 75 mile drive home. A little over 2 hours to drive 75 miles because of traffic. But it was a good day and fun. Here's some pics I took:
First are at the Cars and Coffee; first one shows how full the parking lot is, the rest are us: