Cars & Coffee in SoCal...

Day started off with great weather so I thought I'd go to another C&C to see what's shaking. Here are a few of my favorite cars at the C&C this morning...

The usual rows of Ferraris, Lambos, McLarens, Ford GT-40s...20171111_092702_HDR_resized

...a very nice 1964 Iso Bizzarini...20171111_090611_HDR_resized

...cool 1973 914 2.0 for sale, $31,000...20171111_084402_HDR_resized

...totally bad-a$$ Landcruiser...20171111_092857_HDR_resized

...the obligatory Mercedes Gull Wing... 20171111_091625_HDR_resized

...a clean 1969 912 Targa for sale, $55,000...20171111_091224_HDR_resized

...too cool for school American muscle...20171111_093139_HDR_resized

...after looking at a couple hundred cars, time to roll out for a cruise in this  great weather...20171111_094119_HDR_resized

...swing by the pier for a donut (or 3) before hitting the coastline!20171111_105653_HDR_resized

MusbJim - aka; El Guapo, the most guapo hombre in all of SoCal! 

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"The usual rows of Ferraris, Lambos, McLarens, Ford GT-40s..."   lol

Love those car shots El Guapo, the blue 914 was just like the one my friend had but the best shot is the one through the window  

BTW, be careful those krispy kreme are shaped like a tire for a reason.... spare tire  

Dutch:   A lot of the Hmong people of the central highlands were evac’d by some of the Rangers who they were closest to, and they relied upon each other for their help.  The Hmong ended up being relocating to the area around Worcester, Massachusetts where they have contributed immeasurably to our local cultural mix.  They are truly an honorable people.

We worked with the Yards also.  I agree  with Dutch, some of the nicest people you could find anywhere.  Glad to hear they have acclimated to USA.  That had to be a big cultural shock arriving here from what they were used to.  I ran Med-CAP's amongst them as well as Senior Medic for the Team.  They were people you could depend on to watch your back when things turned bad.

Gordon Nichols posted:

Dutch:   A lot of the Hmong people of the central highlands were evac’d by some of the Rangers who they were closest to, and they relied upon each other for their help.  The Hmong ended up being relocating to the area around Worcester, Massachusetts where they have contributed immeasurably to our local cultural mix.  They are truly an honorable people.

Gordon, I agree re: the Hmong . I had 6 Vietnamese guys working for me once in the states when I was a quality control supervisor. Very hard working and honorable people. As I got to know them better, I asked if they would ever want to return to Viet Nam to live. To the man their answer was "yes if/when it is no longer a communist country". Mind you this was back in the mid to late 80's, so my guess is the are still here and have integrated into our culture. We had Montagnards up in the mountain areas of the Central Highlands, they were fiercely loyal to us, and were fierce fighters.

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