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Here are some more of the racers that showed up at the Cavalcade of Customs this year. Though not technically a racer in the traditional sense, this top car, the City of Santa Barbara, was one of the cars that would test the limits of man and machine in such places as the Bonneville Salt Flats in an attempt to break the land speed record. I think that classifies as a racer.
There are always a good collection of racing vehicles on display at the annual KOI Cavalcade of Customs. Some are new, modern, state of the art dragsters while others are midget and sprint car racers from the past. They're always a blast.
Once in a while you just feel the need to take your vehicle off the main roads. Now you might want to run it through a bunch of mud or maybe over some sand dunes. If you do, you might want to consider one of these rather than that four door sedan in your garage.
Though it may not look it from my pictures, the KOI Cavalcade of Customs does have a certain method to its layout. For example in today's entry you will see some of the cars from the local British Car Club that showed up. Obviously they are grouped together. And the same holds true for the other clubs as well. There are also various categories for some of the cars where the slick high priced restorations are together and the garage finds are together. For the most part I'm just posting in the order I shot (not always, I've got some groupings of my own).