As we continue onto more of these beautiful collections of vehicles we come upon a 1957 Chevy Handyman Wagon that has been named, “Goat Wagon.” And by the looks of it, there is great attention to detail, definitely another show stopper, in its beautiful orange and gray paint scheme and its fine detail in the engine compartment and interior. One very impressive ride!
Our next stop brings us up to a beautiful custom 1958 4-door Nomad Wagon. This one is beautifully done in a two-tone paint scheme with a touch of flames on the sides that make it look like it’s moving while standing still! and the interior detail is just gorgeous and this ’58 Wagon is one of my favorite years of Chevy Wagons that they have built.
Around the next corner, we come across a Custom-mod of a 1957 Chevy front clip and a 1997 Chevy Camero convertible. Sorry, I didn’t get a side view picture, as it was hard for me to get to that side.
Our next classic beauty is a 1962 Ford Thunderbird, and she is a very beautiful sight to look at. I was looking at her rear tail lights and her captivating color or red. She is definitely the most beautiful T-bird I’ve ever laid my eyes on at this show.
Now our next vehicle is a sleek black 1972 Chevy Nova SS. After looking at the interior colors, very nicely done and looks comfortable. Then looking at the engine, it has plenty of horsepower to pass up its good looks!
Then we came across a car that was very familiar to me. The Mitsubishi Eclipse that was used by Paul Walker in the first Fast and Furious. Then sitting right next to it, is the Volkswagon Jetta also used in the first Fast and Furious movie by the actor Chad Lindberg.
Onto our next classic, from over the pond. A 1965 Jaguar S-type. And this is a very beautiful British classic! But the owner has done an excellent job with the restoration which gives this man a big smile from ear to ear!
Our next British classic is 1968 Jaguar and she has some very beautiful sleek lines with nice curves and very nicely accented in chrome and it just screams out JAGUAR!
We have another Brit. A 1961 Austin Healey Sprite. That’s small and cute yet a fast little convertible with a cute little grin on its face that beckons to be driven! Which reminds me of the Austin Healey that was appeared on Home Improvement that the character Jill Taylor bought as a gift with her inheritance from her aunt, against Tim (the tool man) Taylors wishes!
The next British car we came across was a 1975 Triumph TR-6. The guy standing next to it had a big smile on his face as we approached his car until I called it “cute.” The smile started leaving his face as he said, “Well, that’s not exactly what I was hoping to hear.” His name was Dave Lingo from Cottonwood Heights. I corrected myself and told him, “I meant handsome.” His smile returned. Then he told us all about it. He was the first and only owner that was lucky enough to buy it off the showroom floor. He also had another Austin Healey but it was in the shop and he had one other Triumph before the Autorama started they had his spot planned for another British car owner but he could not get his car done for the show so they Dave and his Triumph. He was more than grateful to be invited and we were more than thrilled to meet him and see his HANDSOME Triumph!!!!! We adored the color on this car!!!!! Lucky Dave!!!