Sydney’s most exotic cars were put on display at the St. Mary’s Cathedral Forecourt. The cars drew quite an audience as several thousand people came out to view the jaw dropping cars. One of the highlighted cars was the rare Ferrari F40, which makes sense considering there is believed to be only three of them in their entire country.
A display of Australia’s most exotic cars drew thousands of people to Hyde Park and the St Mary’s Cathedral forecourt on Saturday.
The Supercars D’Elegance Australia Day Carnivale played host to everything from Fords to Ferraris and McLarens to Mercedes amid one of Sydney’s most picturesque locations.
Highlights from the display included an ultra-rare Ferrari F40, believed to be one of just three in Sydney.
Concours director David Berthon says the event had been a hit with the public, who crowded to watch a themed parade of vehicles.
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