Just a fun get together at the R&K Pitstop, not a car show, just a "cruise-in, park and enjoy" kind of event where you could show off your car, get some good food and listen to a live band.
The '86 TA made it out to the cruise-in.
There were about three rows of vehicles, front to back, one more row on the side over to the left (where the semis are parked) and a few stragglers out in front. Late comers and what-not.
Could it be? A real Six Pack MOPAR?
Nope. Fool's gold. Four barrel.
I was surprised that something like this existed. Even more surprised what it cost.
It's been a while since I saw a C3 Corvette with a factory stick in it. Nice. I'd own it though the imitation wood grain would be the first thing to go.
Not a fan of the new Challenger. Loved the old Challenger. Comparing the old one to the new one is like comparing Kirstie Alley from "Star Trek II" to Kirstie Alley all ballooned up. Yeah, it's got power but the lines are wrong and it's way too chubby. The original was a lot tougher, muscular looking.
I've always wanted a hot rod station wagon but mine would be a total sleeper.
Yes, it's a Rolls Royce.
It was a car and bike show which meant that plenty of Harleys were going to show up. In fact, it was all Harleys which meant that it really wasn't a bike show, at least not a "real" bike show. It was a show for pretend bikes and the pretend riders who ride those pretend bikes.