Sunday, May 11, 2014

More classics

From yesterday's car show in Ranson, WV.

Here's a 1954 Chevyrolet Bel-Air
And a Ford Maverick, vintage 1971.
Here's a Ford Model A, with a nice clean engine.
And a bright yellow mid-seventies VW Bug.
Plymoth Scamp, looking pristine, except for the water bottle someone left behinf the grille.
Red 1970 SS Chevelle, with a shiny 402 powerplant.
And this stately '54 Chevy's had just a bit of engine work done.
1972 Chevy Nova.
And a '68 Chevelle SS.
Lowered 1949 Plymouth convertible.
This Chevy Malibu sports a 350ci engine.
So does this '68 Firebird. Rowr.
Oldsmobile was represented well by this 1971 Cutlass.
And there was even an old flate-fendered Jeep CJ.
Of course there was a Pontiac GTO. Had to be one of those here somewhere.
And I almost missed this '67 Chevelle all tucked in there.

And finally, a sweet 1966 Corvette.
I'd never own a car made by "Government Motors" these days but this old classic would be welcome in my garage.

6 comments:

  1. A few of those would make nice additions to my fleet.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Sweet! Love the old iron!!!

    ReplyDelete
  3. That Model A bringing back memories, sir? ;-)

    ReplyDelete
  4. Ah, the water bottle may have been the "Emergency reserve coolant" or the "Coolant recovery module". Or they may just have left it there.

    ReplyDelete
  5. Would love to build a rat-rod some day...

    ReplyDelete