The big, beautiful Amelia Island 2018 photo gallery

2018 Amelia Island Concours

The festivities this year at Amelia Island was a celebration of motoring. The weekend boasted a huge variety of cars on display and for sale at a number of venues, and owners took the opportunity to cruise, top-down if possible, along the Florida coast. While the auction block was the best place to witness some high-dollar action, we spent most of our time milling through the cars displayed on the lawns where we could get up close and observe the details. The shots below highlight some of our favorite sports cars and racers for this year’s event. Enjoy!

The Bullitt Mustang was on display in Hagerty’s booth, where show-goers could get up close and snap a photo with an icon of American cultural history.
Brandan Gillogly
The Bullitt Mustang was on display in Hagerty’s booth, where show-goers could get up close and snap a photo with an icon of American cultural history.
Beautiful race cars made up the North American Racing Team (NART) display on the far end of the Concours lawn. It wasn’t all Ferrari at the NART display, as one 1968 L88 big-block Corvette also had success on the team, look for that car in the gallery below.
Brandan Gillogly
Beautiful race cars made up the North American Racing Team (NART) display on the far end of the Concours lawn. It wasn’t all Ferrari at the NART display, as one 1968 L88 big-block Corvette also had success on the team, look for that car in the gallery below.
The 1962 Corvette SR-2 was a race development platform for Corvette production parts, including the Rochester fuel injection that debuted for the 1957 model year.
Brandan Gillogly
The 1962 Corvette SR-2 was a race development platform for Corvette production parts, including the Rochester fuel injection that debuted for the 1957 model year.
This 1969 Camaro SS 396 was booked solid at Hagerty’s Ride & Drive stand.
Brandan Gillogly
This 1969 Camaro SS 396 was booked solid at Hagerty’s Ride & Drive stand.
Top down in the 1960 Plymouth Fury, scenery courtesy of Spanish moss.
Brandan Gillogly
Top down in the 1960 Plymouth Fury, scenery courtesy of Spanish moss.
Hagerty’s Youth Judges try to wrap their young minds around Ed Roth’s Beatnik Bandit.
Brandan Gillogly
Hagerty’s Youth Judges try to wrap their young minds around Ed Roth’s Beatnik Bandit.
Has there ever been a cooler race livery than this Red Lobster March Chevrolet IMSA car?
Brandan Gillogly
Has there ever been a cooler race livery than this Red Lobster March Chevrolet IMSA car?
OK, so Martini makes a good case. Here’s a nice lineup of Porsches wearing the iconic livery.
Brandan Gillogly
OK, so Martini makes a good case. Here’s a nice lineup of Porsches wearing the iconic livery.
Steve McQueen and Bud Ekins raced the Baja Boot in the 1969 Mexican 1000, where transmission trouble ultimately ended their run. Ekins ran it in the Baja 500 later that year and won. As shown here, it has since been restored to its original 1967 look.
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Steve McQueen and Bud Ekins raced the Baja Boot in the 1969 Mexican 1000, where transmission trouble ultimately ended their run. Ekins ran it in the Baja 500 later that year and won. As shown here, it has since been restored to its original 1967 look.
The Werks Reunion brought out dozens and dozens of Porsches, including a full spectrum of 911s.
Brandan Gillogly
The Werks Reunion brought out dozens and dozens of Porsches, including a full spectrum of 911s.