Nashville Cars and Coffee May Meet


The sun wasn’t shining but that didn’t stop the supercar community from brightening up Franklin over the weekend.

After awinter break, Nashville Cars and Coffee has returned to warmer, if not a littleovercast, climes with its May meet taking place in Franklin, Tennesse over theweekend. While attendance was a little on the low side, the outstanding cars ondisplay certainly made up for it. The Nissan Juke-R was one of the rarest carson show, lining up against a couple of Lamborghini Aventadors, a Porsche GT3 RS4.0, Dodge Viper, Aston Martin DBS, Ford GT, and Ferrari 599 GTB and 458.

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