“We have become a family, because of Cars and Coffee,” said Hamid Afsharzand, 58, a handyman who lives in Cherry Hill and helped Scafario establish the club. “It used to be, people would take their cars out and put them back in the garage. Now we see other members on the road. We respect each other. The knowledge that we have and the cars we enjoy. … That’s the connection,” he said.





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