Drivers of 14 vintage Rolls-Royce and Bentley motor cars, hailing from across the country, climbed to the continental divide in Colorado for a September rendezvous at Molas Divide (elevation: 10,910 feet). Their mission: group photographs — one of the cars, another of the owners. One driver said he found the slow, twisty, steep route up the Million Dollar Highway to Ouray to be a challenge for his Rolls, but that didn't dampen his enthusiasm. For the photograph, some in the group arrived early at the Molas Divide overlook to keep a wide area of the small parking lot free of more common cars. Perhaps because of the novelty of the British cars, which attracted at least as much attention as the mountain views, other travelers were quite accommodating.