Another great car from this car show is a beautifully done classic 50’s Ford Coupe. With its Hunter Green paint, it looks very striking! The style of the wheels that were chosen for this car the owner has picked matches it to a “T”. Let’s not forget the custom side pipes that are non-functional yet very stylish.
On to our next beauty at this show, a 1922 Model T Pickup which is a shining example of the beginning of what pickup trucks used to look like in the beginning. The owners had done an excellent job with the restoration of this classic!
Our next car is a sweet muscle car from the early ’70s. A 1971 Ford Torino. This one is even rarer because it is a convertible! This is one car that is just sexy! Just look at the picture and see for yourself. That says it all!
Next is 1972 Ford Torino but with this one, this beast is in yellow and also a convertible and has white interior but the GT version. With this one, it is quite the looker because back in the ’60s and 70’s Classic and Muscle cars, in my opinion, are the only ones that can really pull off such colors like this Torino in yellow is painted. This Torino and the last one are owned by the same couple. And please don’t forget to take a look at the picture I have taken of the dealer tag that is in the windshield from the first dealership that this car was sold from! Listing everything that came with it from the factory and dealer installed options and the car list price. It is really neat to see.
Next up 1965 Mercury Comet Cyclone. I was surprised to see this car here in Salt Lake City because the only times I’ve ever seen this car was in Hot Rod magazines and a plastic model I had at one time in my youth. This car is even more beautiful in person! The interior invites you to come in and let it take you for a drive. Under the hood, there is a nicely done engine. Cleaned and great attention to detail.
Up next is a 1972 Malibu SS. It has an absolutely beautiful appearance and packing plenty of muscle.
The next piece of muscle at the show is a 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1. This car has the beautiful looks of the mustang muscle of its days. Definitely a far cry from what Ford is building these days. Pure Ford Perfection!
Our next classic at this car show is a 1941 Chrysler convertible. This one looks a lot like that beautiful Chrysler that was in the “Karate Kid” movie #1. The owner has a tag on it to “please don’t touch” by the driver’s side and it looks like the last victim that did, died behind the wheel.
Our next is a beautiful Chevy Camero from 1969. This one is also one fine muscle car! For sure it’s another far cry away from what Chevrolet is building today! Cause this here man does love his classics!!!!