When it comes to rare and limited production hyper cars, The Triple F Collection is well known. So when they decided to host an event with all of their enthusiast friends, it was memorable. The Event 2 was bigger and better than before. More cars, more vendors, more space, and better organized. They even raised more money for their charity of choice, the Make A Wish Foundation.
This event brought out special collections, super rare cars, and YouTube personalities. The festivities took place at Mercedes Benz of Easton in Columbus, Ohio.
Let’s get into the rare cars. Not many can say that they have seen a McLaren F1 in person. Only 106 were made and last year one was auctioned for $20.5 million at Pebble Beach. Several other McLaren hyper cars were on display including a Speedtail and a Senna.
Another special car on display was the Bugatti Divo. This hyper car was only made available to Bugatti owners and an estimated 40 examples were produced before its 1 year production run came to an end. The Divo sold for approximately $5.8 million.
Another ultra rare car is the Pagani Huayra BC. From 2017 to 2019, approximately 30 units were produced. 2 of them were at the show. Not to mention a Pagani roadster or two.
There were a number of special Ferrari models. LaFerrari, F-40, and F-50 all on display.
You can’t mention super cars without Lamborghini. Several models were showcased including a vintage Countach.
It may not be what comes to mind when most people think of super cars, but the Nissan Skyline GT-R is something special. Along with the U.S. spec GT-R’s on display, this R34 GT-R V-Spec certainly got my attention.
One of the most highly anticipated events of the year, The Event 2 lived up to the hype. It’s going to be hard to top this next year. shout out to The Hamilton Collection. Not only did they bring some awesome cars, but they were eager to let fans sit in some of their super cars.