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I know I haven’t posted much this year. It is, sadly, unavoidable. I have so much on my plate. I do hope you’ll enjoy this beautiful tune. Until next time…
My husband and I were able to attend a car show during our stay with family. It’s been several years since the last car show we attended and we were pretty stoked. So I decided to share some of my photos with you. I hope you’ll enjoy them. And don’t forget to scroll down for the tunes!
A Red Classic
Rat Rod Engine
I love the matte black color on this car!
I could see our son owning a car like this. And again, there’s that fabulous matte black paint job.
This green classic pick-up truck also made me think of our son.
Here’s a classic Thunderbird. The color was really pale and didn’t show up well when I edited the photo. Black and white seemed the better choice.
When my MIL saw this car, she said, “Oh! Bonnie and Clyde!” and chuckled. It’s true, now that I think about it. It had a beautiful shiny black paint job and the chrome was gorgeous. Great show piece! I had in mind to call this one, “Squirrel’s Eye View”.
Here’s the Bonnie and Clyde car front end, /not/ as viewed by squirrels crossing the road.
I think this is an MG but I’m not sure. If any of my readers can correct me, please do! I liked the details on the insides of the doors.
This is the gas cap for the car that I believe is an MG. It was too pretty not to catch a photo!
The cadillacs were so awesome! They were so long I had a hard time getting the entire length of them in my shots! And what’s a car show without a pink Cadillac? Though, I have to say, I think it’s my first time seeing one of these.
The front end of the pink Cadillac was pretty epic. I had to get a shot!
The paint job on the Cadillac was pretty simple but the sheer simplicity of the designs really made it awesome! These fins were nifty and beside the headlights were little asterisk stars, one on each side, if I remember correctly.
So what kind of tune would you choose when thinking of classic cars and car shows? Something with punch? Something with a classic edge? Something with a lot of bass? Let’s see what I can find.
They played this one at the car show.
They played this one as we were leaving the venue and my husband sang along.
And this is one my husband thinks of when he thinks of classic cars and car shows.
Here’s a steady, smooth one that my husband also requested to go with this post.
I hope you enjoy the tunes and the photos! And if you get a chance, visit the Summit Racing store in McDonough, GA. The people are friendly and they host awesome stuff like this!