It’s pretty cool to happen upon a car show in the course of running weekend errands. I normally have a calendar event for the major shows and/or the ones I plan on attending. But now and then I see one in passing, and of course I am compelled to stop and usually do. Sometimes there are some real gems. By gens I mean cars you don’t see at the average car show as they may not be in top condition or even restored at all (that doesn’t stop me) and the owners would enter them.
A couple of weeks ago I picked up my son at his place and we took care of some business. I always have my ‘old car’ radar on and it went off as we passed a little church. We had finished all of our tasks so I stopped. There may have been 15 cars in the parking lot with hoods up and doors open. True to form there were a few cars that one rarely sees at a car show.
This awesome Fox-body Mustang Vert was in the line-up:
There was this 1964 Chrysler 300 K. You don’t see many of these at a show. Love that it’s a 2 door.
Here is a rare sight!!! Mercury Comet Caliente VERT!!!!
But this next car was my favorite as unlikely as that may seem, I’d buy this car and I’d show it big time!!! Check out this 1974 Mustang II:
You can tell that this car was stripped and restored. It was painted with, even the interior, with a white rhino lining/satin like paint. It is just amazing and I’m was impressed.
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Check out these other post for Mustang II:
Mustang Muscle in the Mid 70’s
Feature Car – 1978 King Cobra