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Thursday, June 23, 2011

The Car Show

Every Wednesday evening in the summer, the local Rock 'N Roll Diner hosts a car show.   Anyone who has a car they want to show off is welcome.  We decided to see what types of  vehicles would be on display.  It was a dreary day with rain in the forecast, so not many participants showed up this week.  But I took a few photos to share, anyway.
























There were a few more, but I just didn't think they were that special.  As you can see, blue and red seem to be the most popular colors.  That red GTO wasn't too shabby, but I think the blue and white Impala with the continental kit on the back was my favorite. 

We didn't eat at the Diner, as it's not one of our favorite places.  As Mr. Eva says, "They work hard at being mediocre."   But it was fun to look at the cars!

EVA

12 comments:

Helene said...

Wow, those are some cool looking cars!!! My husband would've loved that!!

PⒿ @ $ € € ₦$ ₣®0₥... said...

I love antique cars. Of course, I can't afford to buy them and I don't have the space to store them, so I collect antique radios, whose grill work is reminiscent of antique car grill work.

Stellar photos!!

River said...

I'm not really a car person, but I lke that blue Ford truck with JacMac plates.

tsonodablog said...

Love the old cars! Impala was my favorite too. One day last fall I was taking pictures in the parking lot of the famous Las Vegas sign, and in rolled a couple dozen classic cars. It was a real treat. I took lots of pictures.

Al Penwasser said...

We have one like this at the Dairy Queen every week. They're all pretty cool and hearken back to the days of under a dollar gas.

EmptyNester said...

Those were great! I have a friend who lives in VA in a small town where they have these shows- it's fun when I spy one that takes me back to my childhood... such a fun and unstressful place to go.

Kara said...

I'll take the silver, James Bond car - whatever make/model it is. It will be perfect for when I'm chasing villians along the coast of the French Riviera. Or buying groceries at No Frills.

Pat said...

That yellow Mustang convertible had my name on it. Didn't you see it?

She Writes said...

I'm like a little kid around old cars. Always have to stare :).

Joanie said...

Loving the fins on that T-Bird! and that Mustang... oh my!

Queen-Size funny bone said...

they don't build them like they use to!

Eva Gallant said...

SheWrites: They are fun to look at!