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COFFEE CORRAL Cars & Coffee in Daytona Beach

With normalcy still off in the distance, limits on gatherings and travel created a pent-up desire for people who wanted to get out and enjoy their cars. While many larger events have been postponed or cancelled, smaller events are still popping up around the country. At this point, most enthusiasts are eager for any automotive gathering.

With normalcy still off in the distance, limits on gatherings and travel created a pent-up desire for people who wanted to get out and enjoy their cars. While many larger events have been postponed or cancelled, smaller events are still popping up around the country. At this point, most enthusiasts are eager for any automotive gathering.

Case in point is the monthly Cars & Coffee held at the One Daytona mall in the shadows of Daytona International Speedway. The venue is ideal for such a gathering with a larger, round midsection for the premier display and plenty of adjoining parking lots for attendees to spread out.

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What better ride could you drive to a Cars & Coffee on a sunny Daytona morning than a Shelby GT500 Super Snake convertible? This one is sporting the massive Kenne Bell supercharger upgrade under the hood that pushes the droptop’s output beyond 850 horsepower.

Having never attended this gathering before we weren’t quite sure how many Mustangs might show up, but it turns out there was a strong showing. While most of them were of the S197 and S550, it was great seeing them mixing it up with the other makes and models. If you happen to be in the area for this event, it is a good time and there are plenty of shops and restaurants to check out as well.

It’s not too often that you see one of the 1,964 2015 Mustang 50-Year, Limited Editions in the wild, but there was one on display. As you might expect, this Wimbledon White machine was just as it rolled off the Flat Rock assembly line.
While most of the Mustangs on-site were of the modern variety, there were some classics, including this sharp droptop.

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Though most of the Mustangs in Daytona were on the mild side of modifications, this wild wide-body machine rolled on Forgestar wheels and sported an intercooled ProCharger under the hood.
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