Cars and Coffee (and Corvettes!) at the duPont Registry

Cars and Coffee (and Corvettes!) at the duPont Registry

Saturday morning found me crossing the Gandy Bridge for a drive from Tampa to St. Petersburg for Cars and Coffee, a monthly get-together at the offices of the duPont Registry. The early morning gathering has been a fixture since 2005 but it was only through my new self-help group Corvettes Anonymous that I learned about it. The meet is put on every third Saturday of the month from 7am to 9am at the duPont Registry, the well-known publication for high-end luxury and sports cars. At this morning’s get together, there was a nice mixture of both new and classic cars with Corvettes making a good showing. However, this isn’t a car show, just a chance to meet other like-minded people and enjoy some hot coffee in the early Florida sun.

The Corvette LSR Corvettes on display at Cars and Coffee Corvettes on display at Cars and Coffee
Mosly the Corvettes that made a showing were C6’s and C5’s including a couple Z06’s. A nice 1974 was there as well as a ’67 Corvette Coupe. Talking with the owner of the ’67, he said the Corvette had been purchased a couple years ago and he was the 13th owner. Amazingly, the car was mostly original and came with documentation and a box of parts that had been passed from owner to owner. I also met another gentleman named Gary who is in the process of the doing a frame-off on a very special mid-year that will eventually be judged, but I’m not a liberty to discuss it (yet!). I’d again like to thank Tom from Corvettes Anonymous for passing along the Cars and Coffee flyer to me. Through donations and contributions from the Steak-out 3 show held last Wednesday, they donated 1,400 pounds of food to the RCS Food Bank. Tom is planning on being at Carlisle so search for the CA booth and make sure you say hi!
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  1. Thanks for the Kudos Keith! Steak-Out was a true Labor of Love and we’re honored to have been able to give so much!

    And as for Carlisle…….. We are in space IC71 Come on by!


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