If you don’t know where the title of my post comes from then just Google it and you will see. This past weekend the 38th (it would’ve been 39th if not for lock down last year) Arthritis Foundation Classic Auto Show and Cruise-In returned to Central Ohio and we were there.
It was great seeing so many proud owners with their shiny babies on display. There were many makes of cars that I knew (Chevy, Buick, Honda, Jaguar) and a few that I had never seen nor heard of before. And the customizations were astounding!
When I walked over to the Army museum section I ended up being kitted out (a little bit) in a flak jacket and backpack from the Vietnam years. After having all of that weight on me I am even more amazed at those who wore/wear those things fully outfitted and on the move. I salute you.
Let’s start out the auto show with these two elegant beauties in black and white since it is monochrome Monday; a 1937 Bentley 4 door Sports saloon in the front with a 1949 Rolls Royce Silver Wraith 4 door saloon behind it.
Stay tuned for more from the show – Teri 📷