Vintage vehicles have made their way onto the grounds of the Inn at St. John's in Plymouth for Concours d'Elegance.
While the main event isn't until 10 a.m. Sunday, car aficionados were on site for RM Auction's high-profile auto sale, in which netted $341,000 at auction, falling just within the $300,000-500,000 estimated by auction officials.
Separate auto-themed events were being held in Plymouth's Old Village, with , and in Northville, which was hosting a preview party late Saturday.
On the event grounds, however, vintage cars were making their way onto the site for Sunday's exhibition. Among the unique attractions was a vintage Russian Tupolev N007 boat, an amphibious patrol and rescue craft from the 1970s. Also on display were concept cars from the past two decades.
Student filmmakers Chris Zaluski and Sam Smartt also showcased their documentary, Wagonmasters, throughout the day inside the hotel.
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