Old Mercedes. That's all I know. BTW, the weathered cedar fence, white garage and roof just left of center is my place. Like I said, 100 feet from my front door. If my balcony off the master bedroom was done I could have watched it all from up there. But that wouldn't be much fun.
A nice looking and sounding Tri-five Chevy. The fit and finish was perfect!
A few new classics too.
A very sweet early Subaru Baja.
OK, I know better but the cruck idea has been around a long long time. And this one was pretty nice.
An nice unmolested Brit car. Detailed to the last nut and bolt.
Yet another Tri-Five. Low and shiny. And pretty.
Classic MoPar muscle.
Don't ask me. But it was perfectly preserved or perfectly rebuilt. Not the Family Truckster but close enough.
A study in sleek white. Love the skirts! It makes the whole car just flow like mercury.
Yup, a DMC. Completely stock and either a perfect restoration or a frozen example of the original. Either way it doesn't come with a Flux Capacitor.
What would a car show be without a T Bucket? And a nice one at that.
A study in chrome. Miles and miles of chrome.
A rare first generation Barracuda. I love the chunk of asphalt behind the tire.
Heck of a parking brake.
American Motors muscle on display too.
Great Grandpa got here too. Hey, I've seen this one around a lot, so for being retired for almost 100 years they sure put the miles on it.
New or almost new Ford power at its best.
A complete numbers matching Judge restoration. Trophy winner more than a few times in the area. The build sticker hurt. $1500 in Judge options pushed it all the way to $4300!! OMG!! Of course a fully decked out, if that's the right statement for a Road Runner, was about $3600 with a Hemi in it. Cardboard door panels and all. At least the Judge came with creature comforts.
The bands transport. Very frigging cool!
More MoPar muscle. I spent some time talking to the guy. He figures this restoration has cost him about $100,000: ten years; a marriage; and about four trips to the ER. And he would do it again if he had to. All numbers matching from a rotting hulk found in Northern Wisconsin.
No way to get any lower without a tunnel digger.
A nice lead sled. 41 Chevy IIRC.
Illegitimi non carborundum
In memory of Denis Keegan.