In attendance were Roger Carlson, Frank La Sala, Mary Demers and the Trowbridge bothers. Vintage cars and some cool WWII trucks were on display. I never seen so many early Corvettes. Fiats Healy’s and MG were well represented. The Austin-Healy group were all together and they had their monthly meeting at the airport. We should try that some time. Special event was a B-17 fly over and some great model plane acrobatics. Early morning fog delayed the schedule and some of the special planes from coming but the cars were more than enough entertainment. Great event as always.
The event was well attended with over 70 Italian sedans and sport car models. Frank La Sala represented CT-AROC. He relayed a greeting from Bob and pointed out that Bob who is recognized as a world authority in climate change and the atmospheric sciences, would have exclaimed that “God must be Italian” to have such a fine day. Dino Pappous also said a few word noted that the NY club has been gaining new members monthly due to the sale of the new Giulia. A fine Giulietta Berlina 1900 won second place and a hmmm- Countach got 1st place.
The annual celebration of Italian vehicle excellence and beauty held each year at Stony Brook University in Stony Brook, NY. This year it was held on Sunday September 8th 2013
A pleasant trip across Long Island Sound with CT Club members Roger and Karen Carlson, Bob Cess, and myself. Michael and Kathy Davias took the ferry from New London the previous night]. The trip was a repeat event from all of us but this time was special. We arrived to celebrate the renaming of the Stony Brook University annual Concorso d'Eleganza to- Center for Italian Studies Robert D. Cess Concorso d'Eleganza VII. Bob received First Prize by popular ballot.