The 7th annual American Collectors Insurance car show assembled enthusiasts of all kinds, from modern Ferraris to vintage Chevrolet trucks. Such a diverse array of vehicles on display is quite a rare sight as so many events have become specialized. The diversity of the event made it an attractive display for the RDS Automotive Group, but instead of the typical display, the group delivered a Ferrari 458 Speciale, a Fisker Karma, a McLaren 570S as well as visitation from customers with a Martini Racing-inspired Porsche Cayman GT4 and Riviera Blue Porsche 911.
The following day held the CF Charities Super Car Show, another annual event that is rising in popularity as the years go by. And why not, as it pairs dozens of modern supercars and hypercars with an abandoned airstrip. Racing on the strip is strongly discouraged however, but it remains a largely unique location in the area. The show assembles many top supercars, giving McLaren Philadelphia the green light for a good showing. This year, a drive from the dealership to the show delivered with it two McLaren P1s, both featuring MSO colors such as Cerulean Blue and Papaya Spark, as well as the new 570S and the original MP4-12C. The convoy met up at the show with another McLaren Philadelphia P1 in Volcano Yellow, and the array of cars featured was unlike any event before.