Published: 2:56 pm, Tue. Apr. 30th, 2013Updated: 2:36 pm
By GRACE MILLER
Daily Press Staff Writer
It was a beautiful Sunday morning to spend out learning about cars and casually pick the minds of true car aficionados with a great cup of coffee to start the old engine.
For “not being a car show,” the assortment of cars that rolled into Artesia early Saturday morning certainly paralleled it perfectly, with attendees enjoying everything from the 1930s classic cars to the sporty Ferrari. Many of the latest and earliest types of vehicles, from antique classics to exotic cars, hot rods, motorcycles and big-wheeled trucks made for a day of intriguing conversation at Artesia’s first Cars and Coffee gathering at The Jahva House, hosted by owner Rob Morrisey. … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.