Out of all the Autorama’s I’ve been too, this one I get to enjoy with my loving wife. As we enter the 2019 Autorama, there is just SO MUCH to see that you have to decide where you’re going to start first. Our first car was this beautifully done 1963 Chevrolet Impala SS and she is a visionary work of art! This helps me see what people envision when they see their cars when they first buy them and the end result with the full completion of the project rides. The owner put a lot of thought and no doubt money in restoring this beauty!
Now onto the next beautiful car, a 1968 Chevelle SS 396. This car is sheer beauty in a black paint job with black interior and with a set of beautiful Cragar S/S wheels. This beast is the definition to me of an American Muscle car!
What we have next is a 1967 Pontiac Firebird in a beautiful shade of blue that is very eye-catching. This one is definitely a show stopper. Too bad Pontiac is not around that they could take some ideas from this beauty to restart the brand.
Our next vehicle is a 2014 Holden Commodore. This one is in a striking color of red and is just at the right stance to be quite intimidating if ever seen stopped at a red light. The painted black wheels go quite nice with the striking red paint color. Now if you notice, this Holden is related to the Chevrolet SS sedan that Chevy had brought over here to be a sports sedan for people that wanted the sports car with two extra doors and also have the feel of the V-8 power of a V-8 coupe while still being able to carry five passengers in comfort. GRUNT RRR!!!!
Now onto the next sweetheart, 1969 Chevrolet Camero. This one is in a yellow creamsicle color. A black vinyl top which screams the definition of Camaro and American muscle at the same time. For me, all I want to do is break into this one and find the keys!
Our next car is a 1966 Chevelle SS Clone. This is a very interesting one in the respect that it was cloned from another Chevelle. What I can see of this one, from not being the original this one gets my thumbs up!!! If he hadn’t displayed that it was a copy or a clone I would have NEVER guessed it was the original. Magnificent car!
Onto another beauty they had there, this is my favorite mid-60’s car of all time! If I had ever had a chance to get this car in a wagon I would snatch it up in a heartbeat! But this little one is definitely an eye catcher!!! As beautiful as she is with her red on white scheme, and her vintage mag-wheels makes this little 1964 Chevy Impala SS a really cool ride when going down the road!
Now we see a beautiful 1945 Ford Pickup and this is done with style and attention to detail. The owner is a wonderful woman to speak to. We spoke so long we forgot to take more pictures!!!! She has restored vehicles for many years. Often are surprised when they see she’s the owner and she did a lot of the work! Super Lady! Enjoyed talking to her immensely!!!! She has a love for the Tasmanian devil as I do and she made her own one that sits in the back of the truck!
Our next vehicle is a 1970 Chevy Camaro. This Camaro is very striking in its blue and white paint scheme and the white rally stripes. It even has the looks that are quite intimidating and it has the power of a mean power plant under the hood in great detail that I’m sure that I don’t want to run into on the mean streets of Salt Lake County! I pray I never see this next to me at a red stop light!!!!!
This next one was my wife’s favorite!!! It’s a 1957 Bel-Air coupe in stunning turquoise green. My wife wanted to purchase it and put it in our living room and take out all the furniture and even the t.v. and just sit there and look at it all day and all night.
This was a father and son team that worked on this car and the son also had one next to his dad’s that he was showing. Which is a stunning 1955 Bel-Air coupe that was in a classic orange on white paint scheme that also had the same attention to detail as his father’s car! They are definitely an exceptional pair of cars done by the pair. What a neat way for a father and son to have a common passion to share!