Amazing that they allowed people and parked cars to be in such close proximity. Pre-litigation era obviously.
@pete-rovero Definitely a major beak on that T-Bird....not one of their better years.
Along with the awesome Merc and Ford coupe, this body style was very popular with hot rodders back in the day
@jkuvakas Sounds good John; I am making plans to attend as well in March. Have a fantastic cruise and don't poke yourself in the eye with one of thos...
This one was SO close because both cars are gorgeous, but The Olds wins by a hair. The '62 is my favorite full size Olds.
Camaro in SS trim would have won this by a slim margin over the beautiful Mach I Mustang, but in the Yenko version it's a clear winner. Cuda is nice ...
@pete-rovero Congrats! How you ever figured this one out is far beyond me. Lol.
Well.....if they're planning on "coming back" for act 2 they are taking their sweet time about it. 😉
Fantastic layout! Nice to see many old Dinky Toys shown.
That Delahaye is a rolling masterpiece! What an amazing and diverse group of cars; thanks again David.
I loved this one as a kid and have one in my collection. It played a big part in my childhood "war games". Lol.
I too have never seen one of these tractors in person; although I have always been aware of the name. Thanks for the info Tony.
Ben; I can probably help you out with that item. I have just sent you a message.