I didn't cover everything, concentrating on the T era cars. Something I noticed this year was the notable shortage of black era Model T Fords. I think there were three. One of them was a 1924 identified as a 1923. Anyway, here are the cars I did shoot.
1906 Buick Model G
Except for the new radiator, this 1911 touring belonging to Paul Rose is unrestored.
1915 Station Wagon
1923 Detroit Electric
1932 Detroit Electric
"It takes a lot of batteries."
The remarkable thing about Pete Ratledge's 1911 is that he drives it a lot but manages to keep it looking pristine.
The Ratledge tool kit.
1910 and 1910.
I didn't see the serial number on the 1909, but here is the car number.
The other 1910 Stanley.
Gil Fitzhugh drove a Buick this year.
1913 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost
Another view of the Ghost
(Message edited by steve_jelf_parkerfield_ks on October 08, 2017)
Great pics, Steve.
Thanks so much for posting!
Some nice brass era cars, Steve!
As always thank you!!
Darn, Steve. I haven't been in many years but am in Connecticut dealing with "family issues" and was able to sneak away for the show. From the looks of the sun in some of your pics, you were probably in that area as I moved to some other makes. I did come back later on. Were you wearing your typical attire? You did a great job getting those shots. Hershey is horrendous for people walking right in front of someone trying to take a 1/125th second shot. I mostly shot video and will edit and post when I get back to the west coast.
Here are a few from my phone:
1934 Brewster Bodied Ford
Studebaker 5th Wheel
1950s Greyhound - Owner clamed 1.2 million in restoration
(Message edited by Sbutler on October 08, 2017)
It is great to see these terrific pictures. The first one of the Model G Buick and the "old Paint" Stanley were especially fun to see.
I remember some folks used to hunt for the green glass out of the Trailways bus's like that to cut for windows in their street rods.
Did anyone happen to snap a good pic of the little CitiCar beside the red Steamer?
I want 1 of those to play with.
What is up with the fire extinguishers in the beginning group of pictures?
Fire extinguishers for each car are a judging requirement.
They are all cool but 2 Detroit electrics one one place that's awesome.
I am always surprised by how many people bring old cars to a fire extinguisher show.
Good catch Mack !!