To continue on with our car show we came upon this amazing 1971 Camaro Z-28. And it has so much attention to detail that it inspires me to want to build a Camaro Z-28 my self someday.
On to our next perfectly restored 1956 Chevy Bel-air sedan and this car is such a beauty, it is so hard to walk away from her amazing details that were done in getting her back to showroom condition. The owner has even put attention into the interior and the engine bay. He has also displayed memorabilia of a car from the past which included the restoration process. This was an extr unexpected bonus that made looking at this car more entertaining.
Now on to the next beauty is a real oldie but goodie! A 1931 Ford Model-A coupe. Looking at vehicles this old and seeing them in their perfect condition like they were when they were new, the old technology they had back then really puts quite a big smile from ear to ear on this car enthusiast’s face.
Our next beauty found at this car show was even older than the last one. A 1929Ford Model-A Roadster. This one is in an eye-catching color of green and we got the picture of the engine on this one and the 4-cylinder engine that Henry Ford made for these cars was such a simple engine not very powerful but had great gas mileage. But it is a great example of American Technology.
Now we hit another beautiful car which is another 1929 Ford Model-A Roadster. This one was in a stunning beach sand color on black with a rumble seat and he even had a trunk on the back to carry your luggage for long trips. This one even had a really unique hood ornament. I really love the simplicity of the interior of the vintage cars! Not like what they make today.
Next one up, is a 1931 Ford sedan. This one is a wild custom ride and is a very good looking one at that. Has a very unique paint scheme to it and it’s also being powered by my favorite power-plant a Chevrolet engine.