Tons of cars at the last "official" cruise nite at the Bellmore train station on LI tonight. This was the first time Ive gone in 3 years and as usual it was worth it. A nice time walking around with my daughter.
Got there around 4:45 and the cars were slowly staring to pull in. The Falcon was one of the first cars that caught my eye. A few G bodies. Only saw one Monte SS, a few GNs and that really hot T Type. It was a real nice car. As we were getting ready to leave a G body wagon pulled in. Took a walk back around the cars to check it out but we couldnt find it.
Quite a few high dollar cars there. A lot of Chevelles of various years.
Hit one today with the Jr. Mechanic today. Dispite some light rain it was a OK show. Only two G's, a '87 MCSS Aero & a '82 Cutlass with a SBC. Did have a real Bronco there & a '71 Karmann Ghia making me wish I still had mine.
Went to a Show here in Killeen TX two weeks ago. Most trophies went to a bunch of new Mustangs, Vettes and Challengers, I hate the open category shows; a new car wins a trophy for having been 3 weeks off the show room floor! Best paint went to a 2020 Hell Cat! They should have sent the trophy to Dodge. The gal was very proud of her new car. Beautiful factory paint job! Of the 25 trophies given out I got # 14 for best restoration engine compartment.
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