Ferrari Fanatics Convene in Old Pasadena, Calif.

On May 22, about 140 Ferraris will be on parade at Old Pasadena’s historic Colorado Blvd. for the third annual Concorso Ferrari, hosted by Ferrari Club of America’s Southwest Region (FCA SW). A highlight will be David Sydorick’s rare 1956 Ferrari 250 GT LWB Berlinetta, serial number 0515 GT, from the Carrozzeria Zagato design house. Ferrari models from 1999 and earlier are judged by a panel of 30 experts. Southern California luxury-brand dealerships, such as the Auto Gallery and Galpin Premier Collection, display their latest models, and nearly 10 sponsors and exhibitors are available to speak with visitors on site. (818.971.3300, ext. 2311, www.fca-sw.org)

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