Right at the gate we noticed far less people. The D team was behind the wheel on the auto cross course. And there was about ¼ of the cars as there were the last time we were here. While it made for less eye candy, it wasn't nearly as overwhelming.
This time I only took 180 pictures, and focused more on details than on whole car shots.
We noticed that the Graham owner had the same issue we have with the KTM.
Q: "Who makes it?"
Q: "Yea, but who makes it"
I love me some hood ornaments. I liked the Pontiac so much it will be featured twice.
And, as you all know by now, I have a soft spot for teardrop trailers.
Some people take custom to a whole new level….
The owner of this car, leant it to a friend to auto cross. It lived up to its name as during a spin out it ate a cone and took it along for the rest of the run.
Here's my hubby, excited to be allowed inside the Bondurant Corvette
Lots of beautiful custom paint…
The owner of a 1920 Dodge truck got a giant Liberty dollar in the mail. Of course he immediately put in on his fire wall.
These two beauties were hanging out together.
I can't say I was sad there were less cars today. The sun was very hot today, and we were still on our feet for six hours. But all five of us had a good day. And day spent with family and cars is a good day.