Cars and Coffee was amazing this past Saturday, definitely the single best show I have ever been to (not to say they haven't occurred). For Father's Day, the reserved area was reserved for the Ford Design Invitational, so the selection of cars was insane.

Toyota brought out the FT-1:

Father's Day Cars and Coffee Irvine

They also parked an LFA behind the parking garage:

Father's Day Cars and Coffee Irvine

There was a Lancia Delta Integrale:

Father's Day Cars and Coffee Irvine

And a D-Type (alongside a few E-Types):

Father's Day Cars and Coffee Irvine

A P1 and and Enzo showed up:

Father's Day Cars and Coffee Irvine

This crazy Alfa Romeo 6C 3000 CM "Coupe Super Sport Speziale" by Pininfarina:

Father's Day Cars and Coffee Irvine

Father's Day Cars and Coffee Irvine

The line for the show area was the longest I have seen there (less than half the line is visible in this shot):

Father's Day Cars and Coffee Irvine

Loads of glorious JDM action:

Father's Day Cars and Coffee Irvine

Edited to add this glorious Hakosuka:

Father's Day Cars and Coffee Irvine

Father's Day Cars and Coffee Irvine

Father's Day Cars and Coffee Irvine

Lots of Italians:

Father's Day Cars and Coffee Irvine

Father's Day Cars and Coffee Irvine

I also had the fortune of meeting up with Eurotopia and some nice folks from Hillbank Motorsports/Superformance before the show. Unfortunately, obligations prevented me from joining in on the drive and showroom tour part of the day, so pictures of their awesome showroom will be some other day.

They brought out this amazing stainless-steel Caterham Seven:

Father's Day Cars and Coffee Irvine

The owner of Hillbank, Lance, even ended up changing his plans last minute, upon hearing how packed the show was, and brought over a bunch more cars than they had originally planned to:

Father's Day Cars and Coffee Irvine

Father's Day Cars and Coffee Irvine

They brought matching Gulf GT40s (I don't have a shot of both):

Father's Day Cars and Coffee Irvine

These shots just scratch the surface, check out my Flickr for the rest.