The first red Vette The second one
The show had its fair share of modified roadsters
I lked the hood lettering on this one.
Then there was this Crown Vic. Not factory colors obviously, but certainly unique and interesting.
My son really liked this truck. I did too.
Part of the underneath frame was made of wood.
Another pretty nice old sports car. I can't recall for sure what it is.
Sort of a Halloween theme to this roadster.
This one is called a Henry J. Not sure I had ever seen one. It was up for auction. Not sure what the fate of it was.
I always thought these E type Jaguars were pretty neat.
An MG looking into the cab.
And from the front.
I believe this was an Alf Romeo. I thought the gear shift placement was a bit unique.
A colorful Nomad station wagon. Very unique way of opening up the tailgate.
Probably the silliest car, to me, at the show was a 1971 Ford Pinto station wagon. Truth be known, I owned a 1972 Pinto wagon for awhile when I was in college. It was dependable but exceedingly unexciting. My son took a picture of me near the Pinto, but I looked like such a dork in the picture, I decided not to post it. My gain, your loss.