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Thousands of locals mixed with auto enthusiasts from up and down the Eastern Seaboard on Sunday morning for 2019’s second installment of the popular Caffeine & Carburetors show. Classic and specialty autos lined Pine and Elm Streets, which were closed for baby stroller-pushing, dog leash-holding pedestrians who snapped photos of the vehicles on a warm, sunny morning. Sponsored by companies including Bankwell and Hagerty, C&C is the brainchild of Doug Zumbach, owner of the eponymous coffee shop at Park and Grove. He said the Sunday show had “wonderful turnout.”
“This may be one of the biggest turnouts we’ve had in the last year, I think,” Zumbach told NewCanaanite.com. “Content off the charts.