The Bankers And Hedge Funders Of Greenwich Were Wowed By This Incredible Car Show Last Weekend

Ferrari 330 LMB

Photo: Courtesy Kamil Kaluski / Hooniverse

While Memorial Day may be the unofficial start to summer, it is the official start to the car show season.On the East Coast of the United States, the premier event to start off the season is the Greenwich Concours d’Elegance in Greenwich, CT.

Greenwich is home to some of the wealthiest people in the nation, as well as a number of bankers and hedge fund managers that make their fortunes in New York City.

While we were unfortunately unable to attend, our friend Kamil Kaluski from Hooniverse was kind enough to share these superb images from the event.

For even more classic cars, check out Hooniverse’s flickr page.

This 1969 Alfa Romeo GTV is in great shape, and it wasn't even at the show.

The parking lot is the show before the show. Show goers could spend hours gawking in the parking lot at the rare cars others drove, like this Qvale Mangusta.

The cars in the parking lot had a huge range from the new, like this Mercedes SLS AMG Roadster...

...to classics like the Citroen DS, Mercedes 280, and Porsche 911.

Aston Martin's DBS Volante simply looks sinister in black. This is also one time where it could actually be considered a common car.

The classic Jaguar XKE Coupe is an incredibly sexy car.

While the Delorean DMC12 conjures up all sorts of nostalgia for children of the 80s.

A parking lot that special lets you know that the actual show will be pretty incredible. The Alfa Romeo 8C is one of the most beautiful cars in the world, so we're off to a good start.

It's amazing what you can find at these shows. Everything from plush coupes to hardcore track cars, like this Ariel Atom, are represented.

The Lotus Elite was a truly groundbreaking, and fragile, car. But there is no denying how beautiful it is.

Aston Martin built the Lagonda in the 1970s and 80s. It was famous for its unreliability and ugliness. We still think it's super cool.

British automaker Morgan is known for doing things a little differently. They use wood in the construction of cars, and in the case of this one, mount a motorcycle engine on the outside and only give it three wheels.

What big time car show would be complete without an Aston Martin DB6?

If the roads somehow went away during the show, this Amphicar would be the only one that could leave the grounds.

If you thought recent Saabs were weird, you never saw the old ones. They had two stroke engines that made them sound like lawnmowers.

Later on Saab made the Sonnett, a cool little coupe.

In 1957, the first Lotus 7 rolled off the line. British company Caterham later purchased the rights to the car, and they are still being made today.

Greenwich is one of the more elegant events on the calendar.

We believe this is a 1930s Rolls-Royce Phantom with a one of a kind body. The detailing is incredible.

Porsche 356s have gone up in value immensely over the last 20 years.

One-off and special bodied cars were also present. In the 1950s, Chrysler went to Ghia to make a few concepts. This Dual-Ghia Convertible is one of the results.

Believe it or not, this is a Corvette. The body was made by Italian designer Pininfarina to create the Corvette Rondine. This is the only one in the world.

Of course, the selection of Italian exotics includes one of Ferrari's greatest ever cars, the F40.

For an incredibly rare car, we have actually seen quite a few Facel Vegas lately.

The Longchamp comes from Italian automaker De Tomaso, which is actually for sale right now.

Another cool sight from Italy was this Lancia Aprillia.

BMW's Z1 was one of its first two seat, modern roadsters. We love how the doors slip down into the body.

The Lamborghini Miura S is still one of the most beautiful cars ever made.

But this Ferrari 330 LMB had to be one of the stars. Only four were built and they are each valued at $7.5 million.

Take a look at the start of the car show season in Italy.

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