One of man’s best friend besides a dog is classic and muscle car’s. I was just at a car show earlier today up in Delaware, PA which is out-of-state for me at a car show with my mom and dad. My dad has a classic 1977 Monte Carlo fully restored that he entered in the car show. This car show didn’t have judges as there was over 600 car’s registered, It would have taken 1 day for judges to look over each car and figure out the top 3 in each car class. Instead the classic and muscle car owners would just bring up their registration card and they will get an award, I don’t know what it it’s as I left 1 hour early to beat the traffic out of there. Was an hour and 10 minute drive with no traffic back home for me. With 600 cars there, at least 1 thousand people there visiting, traffic would have been bad getting out of the parking lot.
I did grab a few pictures of some car’s before my phone nearly died on me. Yup, I didn’t bring my charger with me so I needed to save some battery strength just incase I would have broken down on the ride home or got arrested. I don’t have the year of these car’s as I didn’t memorize them but these pic’s should get some memories back to you of your classic or muscle car you had back in the early day’s. Better yet, show these to your parents if you not that old.
With 600 registered cars, me and my dad was like in heaven walking around drooling over every single car. This was like the super bowl of classic and muscle car’s. They had early 1910ish Model T car’s, Ford 100 truck’s, drag racing cars, real pace car’s that was actually used in professional car races and ton’s more classic/muscle car’s. This was a great day to spend with my dad and my mom. My mom kept asking my dad to buy her a classic car. lol
If you have always wanted a classic car or that one car you had back in college that you sold thinking that car style would never go away, go to the local car show’s. This is one place where car owners have for sale signs on their classic and muscle car’s. You can buy one still if you have the car knowledge to spot the small details that go unnoticed upon first glance at the car. Today someone was trying to sell their old truck for too much money. The engine had rust in it, chips in the paint and the leather interior was cracking. That one guy will never sell his truck because it needed xx,xxx of restoration done to it. Be sure to have the car looked at by a trusted mechanic if you thinking about buying one to get estimate on hidden issues to fix.
Anyways, this car show we are now going to go to every year. It was my dad’s longest drive with his 77 Monte Carlo, it made it there with no nicks in the paint. Just some dead bugs to wipe off but it was worth the drive for me and my family.