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The vast majority of the cars from this show came from classic American stables. But that's OK. There was still plenty of variety. In an earlier post I had written about and shared pictures of a number of Pontiacs that were on display (http://turnerbudds-carblog.blogspot.com/2011/11/pontiacs-at-sportsmans-show.html).
Here are some more of the gems that everyone got to enjoy that day. I hope you enjoy them now.
This really is a great show. Set out in the country but not too difficult to find and get to. Though there can be a shortage of parking for the folks who just want to enjoy the day and admire the cars, the Sportsman's Club folks actually have a system and members who help you find a place to park in one of their large grassy areas. This is a first class event all the way around.
Though this show can be a bit of a drive for some people in the area, it always boasts one of the biggest turnouts. Not only is it one of the last shows of the year and always raises money for various charities, this year's show turned out to be blessed with beautiful, sunny autumn weather. The cars on display were amazing and the hosts, as always, were cordial and know how to throw a party for car lovers. Over the next several posts I'm going to show some of the cars we all got to enjoy that I haven't published so far. Hope you all enjoy.
Each autumn one of the largest Ford dealers east of Cincinnati holds an "open" car show for all makes and models. Obviously, what mostly shows is the Fords, mostly the pony cars. Here are a few Mustangs that I haven't posted earlier from this show as well as one Fairlane. Also, that day, something "different" happened. I was taking pictures of these beautiful cars and an equally beautiful lady came up and asked if I would take a picture of her with her boyfriend's car. The last picture here is the least provocative of the numerous shots I took that afternoon.
Even though there was some rain spitting from the skies on the day of the 9th Annual Jerry Patton Car, Truck and Bike Show, it didn't dampen any spirits. While the weather kept some cars away, there was still a large number of people there to look at the vehicles that did show up. Hope you enjoy these as much as I enjoyed seeing them in person.