There were classic old touring cars.
Cars of many colors.
A mellow yellow 1931 Model A Ford.
Would you believe this tiny jitney is a BMW?
This pickup truck with a wicked looking front bumper attracted this guy.
While he was studying the engine I admired the twin stacks behind the passenger compartment.
This car apparently was rigged for some heavy duty dirt-track racing.
Check the roll bars.
This one, in basic black, was a beauty.
As was this curvilinear cutie.
A Cadillac from the days of b-i-g cars displayed it's very wide grille.
Faint memories came drifting back from this era.
I don't know but this car's owner seemed to be showing off some Corvette-envy.
The real thing was nearby.
Here was a fine example of a shiny engine so big a hole has to exist in the hood to accomodate it.
Many classic car owners have a sense of humor to go with their styling touches.
I loved seeing an old Hudson, a car brand long since confined to the ages.
And I especially liked it's vanity license plate.
Here's a better look.