The tradition continues on with Hagerty Dawn Patrol! We'll miss seeing you in person this year for coffee and donuts in Monterey, CA but that won't stop us from celebrating the joy of driving the cars we love. And earning a coveted hat in the process.
Set your alarm for Sunday, 16 August 2020 and take a drive between 6-9 a.m.
Whether this is your 7th hat or your first, with this time honored tradition you'll join the ranks of a magical club of car lovers - and hey, you can always nap later!
Learn more about the history of Hagerty Dawn Patrol here.
Susan Ackerman stopping early Sunday for fuel in her 1992 500 SL along the 2-way single track Acker Lane in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley. Barclay Sheaks, the previous owner, was a nationally known painter and Susan’s high school art teacher. Susan, a writer and artist in her own right, enjoys driving the car that Barclay, with his artistic eye, considered beautiful.
Good morning, here is my 1964 Ford Falcon Futura in sunny Valencia California where we are expecting the heat to reach 109 today. Unfortunately I could not stand next to the car as there was no one else to take the picture.
Stay safe everyone
I would like to participate in the Drive at Dawn and am having trouble figuring out how to do it. Can I just text you my photo tomorrow morning after I Drive at Dawn?
Thank you-- Stan
My classic car friend and I are meeting before dawn and will send pictures of our rides.....
1972 Datsun 240Z and a Carmen Ghia convertible . Pictures by the ocean and then a drive up island for an early breakfast with our best girls.........really any excuse for a drive and a bonus new lid....Thanks Hagerty
you didn't state the timing zone, so, being at home, in Italy, for the first time since decades, instead of on the field of Pebble, I applied mine...
This is the pictures taken at 6,52 AM, time zone GMT +1, 9 hours ahead of Pebble Beach time, this very day, August 16, 2020.
With me, ready to going Italian breakfast under the rain, sorry, mist, in Monterey Peninsula is usually called this way, my 1966 Mercedes-Benz W110 230.
As nobody else in the family, as usual even when we are in Pebble, wanted to wake up so early, picture has been taken with the self timer...
I miss seeing so many friends on the field as much as hunting, in the dark, the Hagerty people with the hats...