So, we took a class this summer to improve our blogging skills. With hopes of learning how to reach a bigger audience. We also received help with revamping parts of the blog to make it more social media friendly and to have work done on the appearance and trying to give it more bells and whistles.
Shout out to Jonathan Fatz and Ali Abid for the help they contributed to this project!!!! A BIG THANKS for their hard work!!!! We love you guys!!!
Today is a car show we went to but only had a few people show up. Which REALLY surprised us!!! Usually, these things are loaded with cars and people.
But we also had an extra added bonus that wasn’t even a part of the car show! The guy was just there at an auto store nearby and he was kind enough to let us take pictures and tell us the story of his marvelous vehicle!
The first vehicle up is a marvelous Model A Ford Coupe with a rumble seat. And this beauty is COMPLETELY restored to its classic heritage! When you look at this car, you think about the simplicity of the cars back then and compare them to the cars today. I think while looking at this one how the new generation would look at this and say, “Where do I plug in my MP3 Player?” or “Where is the GPS?” LOL!
Our next wicked beast at this car show has a statement of its own. This monster is the definition of DON’T TANGLE WITH ME! If you don’t want to lose the pink slip to your car in a road race! This owner has put in a lot of attention and detail to build this one Falcon to be incredibly awesome! One look over the engine bay I wonder how do you do ANY maintenance on the engine because this is one tight FIT! At the end of the show, the guy fired up this massive beast and it felt as if there was a slight tremor in the parking lot! Then he left a little impression on the pavement with some rubber.
The next vehicle here is a wicked little Model A Truck. This Model A is Hemi powered! And the owner has a lot of very cool creative touches I would never have thought of but I love just the same!!! I LOVE what the owner has done with this one! I would definitely like to take a ride in it with him.
For mystery vehicle that wasn’t in the car show but we were fortunate enough to talk to the owner is:
A 1972 Volkswagen Bus! With a restored paint job back to its original glory days!!! He told us it was their family bus when he was a young boy and loved it so much he inherited it from his dad and is working on restoring it. He still has work to do on the inside, but he did a bang-up job with the paint job!!! We couldn’t quit Oooohing and Awwwwwing over this GORGEOUS BUS!!!!