Took the Alfa out to the Oasis for Cars & Coffee on SUnday. Your usual mix of bros with $300,000 exotics ruined by aftermarket ground effect kits, but also some pretty weird iron driven by car geeks.

The Alfa, by the fact alone that it ran and was more or less well preserved, was a big hit.

Sorry, some of the pics got out of order so interiors don't necessarily match up.

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18

Austin Cars & Coffee, 5/18