I have to say I am a little jealous. I wish I had a car club in my high school. This past weekend, I was excited to attend the "Cars n' Coffee" at Christopher Columbus High School and I was NOT let down. It was their second cars and coffee event that they've hosted. Sadly I wasn't able to attend the first one. From what I hear its only going to get better.
This car meet was hosted by the high school's car club that was put together by the students. All the cars were packed into the tennis court they have in the back. It gave a different scenery that most of us are used to, a parking lot. And I was even more surprised to see how well every thing was organized. Free donuts and coffee, Krispy Kreme donuts and coffee, I should add.
What also got me excited was seeing what was pulling into the show. From classics, to cars that still had temporary tags. From "built from the ground up", to "No I actually got this last week." It was a change of pace I really wanted.
I was able to meet a lot of new faces and builds I haven't seen before. I don't know if he'd mind me talking about his car but, below is a BMW M2. Full bolt on's, and track ready. Making a CONSERVATIVE 612 wheel horsepower. I emphasized the "conservative" because it's crazy to me how the 600s for horsepower can be conservative.
All in all, I say give this cars and coffee meet a try. I was right after the cars and coffee meet in Kendall. and before the cars and coffee in West Palm. How perfect is that. Hopefully I'll be able to work with the high school's car club a little more to show the hard work these guys do to pull off such an underrated car meet.