This sublime coachbuilt model is called 'Shangri La' and uses a Ramjet engine
This striking red Porsche, a 356a Convertible D, was made in 1959
Standing out from a sea of red Ferraris was this, a 1997 F355 GTS
Interest around the Porsche GT2 made it impossible to get a clean shot
They don't make Jaguars like this anymore... the '54 XK120 OTS
Pagani had a big stand at the Quail, which included this Huayra BC
Spot the Ferraris...
This understated electric Concept One from Rimac has 1073bhp
The opposite of understated - a one-off fuchsia pink Dawn adorned the Rolls exhibit
And if ever a car designed a second image, it's this one
This two-tone 1955 Austin Healey 100S is a post-war racing favourite
Koenigsegg showed up with a number of cars including this Agera RS
This special number dates back to 1928: it's a Chandler 31A-Special Six Sportster
This stunning Williams Special Comp. Roadster was handbuilt
Keeping it classy in a 1929 Rolls-Royce Phantom 1 Tourer
It's not all about cars - there was also a marching band and a plethora of golf buggies thanks to its golf club location
A stunning coupe Cadillac of yesteryear
One shiny red hot rod caught a lot of people's attention
A new car that looks old: the Infiniti Protoype 9
Monterey car week is well and truly underway - and it brings together car connoisseurs and enthusiasts from around the world to celebrate all things motoring.
The so-called ‘Quail, a Motorsports Gathering’ occurs at The Quail golf club in California and features a host of old and new cars. Many individual owners compete in the concours while manufacturers use the event as an opportunity to show off their cars to the wealthy.
To get a ticket means entering a heavily over-subscribed lottery. If you are lucky enough to win, then you’ll pay $600 for the privilege.
So, yes, it is exclusive but it’s also a dreamy world of perfect motors, from yesteryear to tomorrow.
We’ve picked some of our favourite vehicles so you can get a glimpse of what was on show. Click on the picture gallery above to see more.