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The Loop is the center of Sharonville, a small city north of Cincinnati. The main road coming into town splits and blocks of stores and restaurants nestle in between the two one-way strips. Along the Loop is also a town square, complete with gazebo. For the Annual Sharonville Chamber of Commerce Car Show one direction of the Loop is closed and it, as well as all of the lots surrounding it, are filled with great classic and collectible cars. The 38th version of this great event did this historic city center proud.
Each year the Annual Sharonville Chamber of Commerce Car Show brings out a large variety of cars. The organizers do a great job of keeping makes and models, for the most part, in the same areas. Sometimes a few drift off in other directions and end up being orphaned. These are usually cars belonging to clubs or late arrivals. I'm posting pictures in the order that I saw the cars. Well, not entirely. I have grouped some of the larger contingencies and I will be posting those separately. Otherwise, it is the order and the groupings in which I encountered the cars.
Opening day of our car show season at the 38th Annual Sharonville Chamber of Commerce Car Show was a perfect day, literally. Bright blue skies and temperatures in the 60s greeted folks as they showed up to either see or be seen. The great weather brought out a bunch of cars. Many I'd seen before but there were quite a few that were brand new to me. Along with those familiar cars came some familiar faces and I got to touch base with a number of folks I'll surely be seeing throughout the season.
Our regional car show season finally started with the 38th Annual Sharonville Chamber of Commerce Car Show. This is one of the larger shows all year and I heard over 600 cars were lining the famous Sharonville loop and sitting in all of the adjacent parking lots. One reason this is such a huge show is that everyone has been waiting all year to be able to dust off their cars, fire up the engines and get back into the hobby they so dearly love. For me it's a time to check out all of the other cars on display and to catch up with a lot of folks I haven't seen in months. I couldn't have been happier.
Here is the last of this full week's posts of pictures from this past year's Cruise-A-Palooza event. I hope you've enjoyed them. With any luck I will be posting pictures from the opening event of our car show season on Monday. As always, feel free to leave a message or even drop me an email at email@example.com.