"What car is that?" a proud dad asked his 7-years-old son walking at the Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills yesterday.
On the Father’s Day the heart of Beverly Hills in Los Angeles was decorated with "hot ladies" the luxurious cars, classic or new models such as, Lamborghini, Maserati, Aston Martin, or the 2015 Ford Mustang, a 1927 Rolls-Royce Phantom and a McLaren 12C.
A 50-years-old Ferrari was there yesterday talking through her owner about the story of a fast, strong and elegant Italian car.
The Rodeo drive Concours d'Elegance, as one of the most popular annual events in Los Angeles, has become a must-attend Father’s Day tradition. On its 25th anniversary, June 17th, the Concours featured an unprecedented lineup of classic, exotic, luxury and supercars.
“As interest has grown over the last quarter-century, owners of world-class classic and sports cars have specifically chosen our Concours to display their prized vehicles. Our Father’s Day show reflects the diverse interests of the thousands of families in attendance, displaying only the best from each class.” Bruce Meyer, chairman of the Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance said.
Sean Bennet, the owner of a 1991 Ferrari Testarossa, proudly declared that he enjoys his 25-years-old luxury car every sunny day driving it around LA’s freeways. On the Father’s Day he brought at The Rodeo drive Concours d'Elegance his elegant “Lady” to bring alive again the memories of his deceased father.
It was a Men Worlds in Beverly Hills yesterday with Californian male honouring their father by proudly enlivening their elegant and strong toys.