Museum launches car event
Image: Jayme del Rosario, 2011; particlem, 2008; Live life, love life, 2009
Blackhawk Automotive Museum in San Francisco is a great place to visit at any time, if you are a fan of classic cars and the history of the motor industry.
However, this month the museum held the first Cars and Coffee event, which is a free show and meet-up that classic owners can attend on the first Sunday of every month going forwards.
Almost 100 classic cars were brought to the first Cars and Coffee event and you could see everything from a Mercury Grand Marquis to a 1928 Rolls-Royce Phaeton, the latter of which was the oldest vehicle on display.
Cars and Coffee is being organised to be as accessible as possible, so there are no restrictions being placed on the age or make of cars that are eligible to enter.
This liberal approach also means that you get a better level of car diversity than you might find at other more specialised events, according to The Examiner.
As the name suggests, you can also get plenty of coffee at the event, which is free to participants, so if you live in the area, then it might be worth heading to the Blackhawk Automotive Museum for the next Cars and Coffee.