Here is the rest of the photos I managed to take before I had run out of room on the SD card….Naturally a MOPAR will start out 🙂
I felt this would have been just as good a Bumble Bee Car. This next one is a car I would want if I were a traveler
As I turned around there was an all Nissan Booth….lucky me
This looked like a beast and that it could set some good times on a track. It appeared to be a 930 slant nose
Yet another GT40 car
I have always wanted a Vette in this generation. This to me is the greatest of them all.
Here are others I saw while roaming around
I am sure the Stang fans will be happy to see these, I sure was.
Then to end the show with a beautiful car in its own right…a Pantera
til next time….
Ok I had some time to get away from the onslaught of work. When I had entered the convention center,where the event was held, I was greeted by something totally wicked
yes that is two blowers on a Chevy engine…not waisting any people’s time who had went to the venue they made sure this was greeting you at the front door!!!! And here is what it was in….plus the specs
Now most of the show was dominated by Chevy vehicles, followed very closely by the Blue Ovals (Ford). I personally am favored towards MOPARS and though they were there, Texas loves the other two more…..case in point
Next in line were two vehicle made by House of Hot Rods & Classics, based out of Texas. I am a fellow bike rider and was pleased to see this piece of work along with…you guessed it….another chevy
Next is something not just Ford followers can appreciate, but rather almost all interested in Motorsports!!! Now I was informed this was a kit car, but WOW just look at this!!!!
Because the glare was so bad I could not get any picture of the inside of the GT40, but was lucky that this next Blue Oval did have a window glare preventing a shot of the inside
Finally a Mopar, score!!!!
Reminds me of the godfather movie…
one fast delivery rust bucket
Look at those tires!!!!
Well I have about half of what I want to put up and I can not spend to long on here but hopefully will get to post the rest today at a later time if not in the next few days I will, so keep coming back….til next time
If you have not noticed…I am addicted to the Z car. Now I am not new to the legacy of this model by no means. Since high school I have owned at least one some z car at any given time. Before the 350z I had a N/A 300zx that covered more miles than anything I have seen before. Try 260,000+ miles. The reason for the sale is personal and so are the memories. But I would like to share what it looked like
The srt4 belongs to a friend of mine, we may see more of that in the near future…..
I have no regrets but I will say I do get the itch to rekindle the fire of having another 300zx.