Yorkville Exotic Car Show turns up the heat on Bloor Street
This year's event hoped to raise money for prostate cancer research
CBC News Posted: Jun 18, 2017 4:44 PM ET Last Updated: Jun 18, 2017 4:44 PM ET
The Yorkville Exotic Car Show cranked up the heat on Bloor Street Sunday, with dealers and collectors showing off everything from the classics to the cutting edge of performance sports cars.
This year's event helped raise money for prostate cancer research.
Aston Martin brought out one of its famous models, reminiscent of the car that helped James Bond out of so many tricky predicaments.
Alongside a host of European makes was some classic American muscle.
The evolution of Ferraris over the years was a major hit with the families that went out the show.
It's hard to resist getting that perfect family photo next to a Rolls Royce.
There was no shortage of Porsche models to check out.
The fine details are what makes many of these cars special.
McLarens are among the most expensive sports cars in the world. The model in baby blue sells for $3 million.
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