Monday, May 25, 2015

Cars, cars, cars

For the past 21 years, my little town has hosted the Main Street Memories Car Show the Sunday of Memorial Day weekend. I'm fascinated by all these old cars and other vehicles, but I sure wish I knew what they are. 

Ok, I was going to call this a Jeep, but now I'm not even sure of that. I think they might call this one a truck. All I know is that they haven't changed much over the years.
I know there is a sign on each car, but I don't have it that together. If I did I would have taken a picture of the sign in the window along with a picture of the car.  
 I do believe, though, that this is a Model T.
 This green beauty must be from the 1940s.
 I don't know how old this camper is, but isn't it adorable? Cute inside too. 
 And what country girl could pass up a restored Ford tractor? 
 Nice angle, huh?
 I could see my hubby's favorite author, Clive Cussler, owning one of these. (Ok, Hubby's second favorite author, after me. And no, I will never be able to afford one of these cars from my author's royalties.)
 Some of them are pieces of art. 
 Inside and out. 


Denise said...

Without seeing the front of the cars, Dave thinks the last one is a 34 Ford, The blue one is a 57 Chev station wagon, it could be a Nomad but Dave would have to see the rest of the tailgate for vertical bars or the roof to see if it had "ripples" across, the first one is a Model A pick up ??1928-1930. the green one "no clue" with out seeing the front end.

Chris Loehmer Kincaid said...

Thanks, Denise. Dave is amazing.