Here’s what happened if you missed it, but don’t miss it again.
At Tampa’s Armature Works, Rides by the River made for a high-octane Saturday morning. Jam-packed with exotic cars and enthusiasts to appreciate them, the event proved once again a great way to witness incredible automobiles and chat about them with fellow luxury and performance car fanatics. Along with that, a plethora of donations for Toys for Tots made the show’s heartwarming aspect a huge success. With some of the world’s greatest in the names of luxury and performance on display at Saturday’s event, the only way to improve the morning was with some incredible partners, and that’s exactly what happened.
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Bringing some of its incredible offerings from brands like Aston Martin, Rolls-Royce, and Bentley was Dimmitt Automotive Group, with luxury and performance in ample supply. Also at Saturday’s show was Elder Ford, with unforgettable performance trucks, and Ferrari of Tampa Bay, with some of the timeless brand’s current supercars. Paddock 1 showed off some incredible performance cars that would go perfectly in one of its garage condos, and Ducati of Tampa Bay did the same with some two-wheeled masterpieces. Certified Motors stopped by with more incredible performance cars in tow, and so did Tampa’s European Exotic Center. Motor Enclave showed off its incredible upcoming 200-acre site with multiple tracks and over 300 garages, as well as some cars that would fit perfectly in the setting. Finally, Ultimate Auto showed off some of its incredible inventory and helped make this past Saturday morning one to remember.