If you’ve been on this blog for any length of time, you’ll know that Motor4Toys is among my very favorite morning cruise in car shows. And not only is it a fabulous display of a couple thousand run-what-you-brungs, it’s also all for charity for kids.
C’mon let’s bring on the toys…
Your donation of a toy covers your car admission, and everyone else brings bags more toys too (in the many tens of thousands) and then a volunteer group delivers them to shelters and schools for kids that wouldn’t otherwise have any kind of Hannukah or Christmas.
When it comes to toys for charity kids, more is better…
So it’s a good thing, so please, show up, enter your car for a few hours, and fill it with toys before you get there.
You’ll have a great day, I promise, and will be making a lot of less fortunate families and kids happy.
And for all that I thank you. Here are some of Kirk Gerbracht’s photos from previous years.
Lots of brightly colored fast and dangerous stuff on hand, particularly Lambos and McLarens to pleas the crowd.
One of the best driving, and one of my my favorite, modern era Ferrari is this Enzo -engined 599GTB.
Always plenty-o-Porsches on hand at M4T.
Collectors, speculators, and dealers have driven Ferrari prices sky high. But here’s a compelling one that a normal person can afford, the Mondial Cabriolet. A great way to drive topless in a Ferrari, although I’d tell you to pass on all the 3.0-liter versions, and hold out for a good 3.2 or even a later in the run 3.4-liter Mondial t.
Here’s a Ferrari you won’t buy cheap, now or ever again, but my favorite among them all: the 365GTB/4 Daytona.
’57 Bel Air hardtop looking damn fine in Torch Red on American Racing mags; perfect stance and immaculate.
Blackalicious is the only word that comes to my mind for this big-block Sting-Ray roadster with factory sidpipes.
Once upon a time, there was likely a nice Austin-Healey under here. But IMHO the amateur restyle, the flames, side gills and V-8 swap have done it no favors. Leaves me SMH.
Something for everyone at this great fun, free, charity car show.
Please be nice, and be SMART, and support Motor4Toys 2016, I hope I see you there on December 4.