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I was going to put the pics of the car show in the all topic thread, but decided to make a new thread for it instead. Originally, this was supposed to be just a gathering of friends and their cars, but in the end, it turned out to be a car show complete with awards, and trophies, and cash prizes. It was held in the parking lot of Wienerschnitzel on Shaw Ave in Fresno. And due to the large turn out (32 cars at last count) ended up spilling over into T-Mobile's lot, and the back lot of Wienerschnitzel's as well.
1919 C cab (with a rumored $100k invested all the upgrades)
Hasn't officially started yet, but these are some of the early birds.
The back end of the 1919 C Cab
A 1951 Kaiser Deluxe Traveler, 1 of only 200 made that year, and 1 of only 7 known to still exist.
Can't have a car show without a 57 Chevy in attendance.
The first hatchback?
Not sure what year this one is, looks like a '27, but I could be mistaken.
The only import in this show, and it is for sale for a measly $10,000.
And then there is my favorite.
The lower A-arms are less than 2 inches away from the pavement.
A Plymouth, but I have forgotten what year the car is.
And a Dodge pickup, again, unknown year.
This car reminds me of the ZZ Top car.
And an even sweeter engine.
And the front view.
Looks like John Boy (Walton) attended the car show too.
Not even going to try and guess what year this is.
I am not a Chevy fan, but a 1968 SS396 4 speed car would make a believer out of me.
There were three F100's there, only one GMC pickup.
One lone Nomad.
All in all, it was a good showing. I missed some of the cars, there was a 50's something Buick I did not get pics of, and a 1970 Chevelle that was turned into a lowrider complete with hydraulics, and skinny 13's. It was a four door that was made to look like a two door.
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Well yeah, there is some input on my part. LOL. And I do have to zoom in or out to get the car or cars in the shot, but compared to the old days when I had to set the shutter speed, aperture, zoom in or out, and focus, this camera is easy to use. Of course, it can be set to manual mode, but unless I start getting creative with my shots, it is not needed. I can shoot video with it, but so far don't have anything to shoot videos of. LOL. However, I would like to get that feature down pat so I can record the upcoming Christmas Pageant at my church.
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