And there were lots of nice cars there. I drove the T about 70 miles round trip, and it was a great day for it.
There were a half-dozen model A's, but only two T's.
Some 40's and 50's stuff -- mostly restored, with a few hot rods sprinkled in. Two interesting restorations were a 60's Dodge cab-over pickup and a Corvair of the same style. When have you seen any of those?
And a selection of mid-50's cars which were absolutely perfect.
This might be the most popular place to say this, but if I had my choice of any of them to take home, it would be this one, hands down.
We had burgers & brats on the grill, and potluck everything else. Plenty to eat, good company, and great cars. And I got to drive my Model T! What a day!
Looks like a fun time!. Is that the kind of weather you'll have for us in Sept? (and will the Coupelet be finished?).
Looks like a good choice for the trip to Petit Jean! Is Paul gonna make it ?
There's a Corvair FC around here that has the optional ramp side. They were popular with gardeners from the time they became cheap until some years later when they became collectibles. I still regret selling our '62 Greenbrier Deluxe.
Nice day. Thanks for the pix. Did you see any big snakes? One struck the right rear wheel of our Speedster on the way up to Petit Jean from Hot Springs in the 1999 Greatrace. It was spun around and fell back into the grass. We didn't see the snake, but the gal in the photo car following us wouldn't get out of the car at the Park. There were only pocket snakes where she spent her winters - in Antarctica.
John kept his leg up off the runningboard for the rest of the day.