West Chester, Ohio – Despite a slight drizzle of rain and temperatures starting in the low 50s, the final Cars & Coffee event of the season hosted by the local Cars & Coffee West Chester group drew-in an amazing collection of vintage muscle, modern exotics, and some otherwise rare rides to the northern Cincinnati, Ohio suburb. Check out the photos below and see for yourself.

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Look closely, that’s a supercharged C7 Z06. (Image/OnAllCylinders)
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crosley hot shot super sports front driver side
Built by Crosley Motors of Cincinnati, Ohio, the Hot Shot Super Sports can rightfully claim the title of America’s First Postwar Sports Car—sorry Corvette fans. (Image/OnAllCylinders)
ford mustang sn95 with new edge styling
We can only assume the hockey mask-wearing passenger is a reference to the upcoming Halloween season. Or maybe they’re big Bernie Parent fans. It’s cool either way. (Image/OnAllCylinders)
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This is a well-assembled Gazelle kit car powered by what (we think) is a Ford Lima four-banger. (Image/OnAllCylinders)
Sadly, Bill Hickman was nowhere to be found. (Image/OnAllCylinders)
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Into old Toyotas? You might like this too: The First-Gen Celica GT was Toyota’s Take on the 1960s Muscle Car (Image/OnAllCylinders)
There were a pair of VW Beetles at the show too. Let’s get a closer look at that one in the back… (Image/OnAllCylinders)
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The red Bug in particular had an impressively clean engine bay. (Image/OnAllCylinders)
Now discontinued, the Focus ST is still a potent autocross performer. (Image/OnAllCylinders)
A super rare Golf R showed up too, the R32 example here makes close to 250 horsepower. (Image/OnAllCylinders)
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If seeing a 1963 Split Window Corvette isn’t cool enough, you see the license plate and realize it’s about to get a lot cooler… (Image/OnAllCylinders)
…Yup, this one’s equipped with Rochester Mechanical Fuel Injection. And if you like C2 Vettes, you may enjoy this too: A Look Back at the Corvette’s C2 (1963-67) Sting Ray Generation (Image/OnAllCylinders)
Type RRRRRRRrrrrrrrrr. (Image/OnAllCylinders)
An LS-swapped Camaro… (Image/OnAllCylinders)
…Not an LS-swapped Camaro. (Image/OnAllCylinders)
This GMC dually is sporting a Ram-sourced Cummins diesel swap. (Image/OnAllCylinders)
See? Told ya. (Image/OnAllCylinders)
Plenty of late-model muscle was on the scene too. (Image/OnAllCylinders)
When was the last time you saw a Saab 900? Talk about a design that’s aged well, *chef’s kiss*. (Image/OnAllCylinders)
Dig Cutlasses? (Cutli?) Here’s an article you might like: Check Out This Short History on the Oldsmobile Cutlass (Image/OnAllCylinders)
And speaking of second-gen GM A-bodies, here’s another Chevelle. With an LS-swap, no less. (Image/OnAllCylinders)
There was a super-clean Grand National at the show as well, though some rain drizzle on our camera lens obfuscated our main picture. But here’s a shot of its engine bay. Oh, and we’ve got another article for the Buick faithful out there: A Grand Quest: We Hopped in a Buick Grand National to Search for an Ultra-Rare GNX (Image/OnAllCylinders)

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Author: Paul Sakalas

Paul is the editor of OnAllCylinders. When he's not writing, you'll probably find him fixing oil leaks in a Jeep CJ-5 or watching a 1972 Corvette overheat. An avid motorcyclist, he spends the rest of his time synchronizing carburetors and cleaning chain lube off his left pant leg.