Palm Beach, Florida is an unfair place. It may not have the class of Monaco or the money of Dubai, but a Bentley is as disposable here as a BMW 3-Series. So its only fitting that a many of the rarest supercars (some whose production numbers can be counted on one hand) would gather here last weekend for a showcase. Supercar Weekend is a gratuitous display of wealth, power and speed; in other words, everything we secretly want.

One of the most notable parts of the weekend was Jim Glickenhaus (recipiant of the first Alfa Romeo 8C in the U.S.) brought his one of a kind 1967 Ferrari Dino Competizione and Ferrari P4/5. Click the picture gallery for more photos.


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