Wednesday, September 20, 2017

A Perfect Day For the Ponies

This year's regional Mustang/Ford Club Show was held in near perfect weather. The sky was blue, the weather was pleasant with warm temperatures and low humidity. This is not at all what we're used to in late July when the show took place. And the great weather brought out a lot of cars. Over 300 were registered and it looked as though most showed up.

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Day Two From the Mustang Show

The recent regional Mustang/Ford Club's all-Mustang show produced some spectacular versions of this iconic marquee. Here are some more to whet the whistle of every Mustang lover.

Monday, September 18, 2017


For much of this week I'm going to be posting photographs I took from a recent show held by the region's Mustang/Ford Club. This was primarily an all-Mustang show so most of what you'll see from this even will be just that, Mustangs. They came from all eras and all generations and so I'm just going to post them.

Friday, September 15, 2017

Wrapping Up a Week of British Cars

The annual British Car Day is always a large event. Even when the numbers are slightly down as they were this year it brought out close to 200 cars and warranted a spot on the local news. Today's mix of British metal includes a Triumph TR3, a Lotus, a Morgan Plus 8, a Morgan Plus 4, a Lotus Elise, a Lotus Europa, and a Lotus Esprit.

Thursday, September 14, 2017

More British Car Day

Today I'm bringing you some more of the many great cars that were on display at this year's British Car Day. These include some Triumph TR250s and some TR3s.

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Hemmings Classic News Letter

Here's a link to Hemming's Classic News Letter. As I always say, if you don't already subscribe you owe it to yourself to do so.

A British Automotive Invasion

The annual British Car Day always brings out some amazing vehicles and this year was no different. Today I'm posting a couple of Triumph TR6s, a couple of Land Rovers and some DeLoreans (that's right, they were built in Scotland for those of you who didn't know).