The street rods at the auto show really looked like they could leave any other vehicle in the dust… well maybe not some of those exotic speedsters like the Lambo’s and Maserati’s that were there but pretty much everything else.
What these owners did to make this 1934 Ford what you see in this image is true dedication. Check out the details. This was the first time I’ve been to a car show where the owners had mirrors positioned so that the judges could see underneath the vehicle. Just as shiny under as above!
I’m not much of a car fan, but I sure do admire the dedication of the restorers. The shows are extremely popular here — the ones I love are the ‘low-riders’ and such. Of course, I’m of the generation that quivers at the sight of a ’57 Chevy.
They are a dedicated bunch they are! I seem to gravitate to the cars that I saw in the old movies my parents watched. And Mustangs!!!
My dad bought one of the first Mustangs. It was cobalt blue with a white interior. Mom and I were sure he loved that car more than either of us, but on the other hand, he let me have it for a year when I was living in another city. He may not have slept well that whole year.
My first serious boyfriend in high school had a powder blue Mustang. Fond memories. Whatever happened to your Mustang?
After Dad died, it got sold to a cousin. I suppose it was the best decision, but believe me — I grieved for that car, too.
You got some real flamers there. Beautiful array of classic cars.
My brother restores and builds hot rods. He pulls up to our house in one… quite often.
This one is quite pretty.
Cool! Does he ever race them?
He use too… he even went to the Utah Salt Flats to race. But now he just like driving them around.
As much as I love vintage cars, I’m not a fan of street rods, even if they can look interesting.
Have a great weekend,
Thanks but why not a fan?
These are awesome hot rods indeed! Good takes and sharing these priceless vintage cars.