Well, the Hot Rod broke down on us on the way home from the Autorama, just less than a half mile from home. We came up to a red light, and there came a rather sinister sound from under the car. I have never heard anything like it before.
We headed out to the show around 11 this morning stopping to get some lunch before hand since we figured it would be cheaper than paying those high prices. It was 4 bucks for a bottle of water, which is pretty crazy since you can buy a 32 pack of water
Dad & Mom went out to the Autorama today and spent all day looking at more cars in some of the other buildings we did not look at the last few days. I guess it was very crowded out there today, there was also a huge line to get an autograph from the Kindig guys.
Dad and I spent half the day out at the Autorama walking around looking at some of the newer cars that showed up after we had left the day before. We found a couple of other 58 Impala's, but nothing that I thought compared at all to the look of dads. Most of them are stock, or
Dad and I headed out to the Autorama to help finish the setup of the displays and look at all the cars that showed up after we left yesterday. I took a lot of photos of the cars that our club entered into the show. Dad and I walked around the rest of the buildings looking at all the
Dad entered the Imapla into the 2018 Autorama with several other cars from the Townsmen Car Club. We lined them all up nose to tail and set up a booth showing off the many awards the club has won over the years. We also have a kids electric Tesla car on display that we are
Thank You for all the people out there that come out and show support for all the cars shows and the hard work that goes into building one of these classics. It takes a lot of planning to put on a show and years to build a nice looking car.