And yes there were Ford Cobras too – most were kit cars built with fiberglass bodies, but there were a few originals from Carroll Shelby there too.
I don’t know what it is, but the Ford Cobras with racing numbers on them like this one just look so much cooler.
This yellow one just didn’t do it for me. I liked the previous one better. This just looked like a typical old Ford Cobra – maybe it was the missing stripes??.
Ah, an old Chevy II. Haven’t seen one of those in a while.
Here’s another muscle car (old Camaro) with a blower and more. There were a lot of cars with truly massive engines like this and even bigger there.
This guy tried to make his car look like Kitt from Knight Rider. The owner was a far cry from Michael Knight and the wheels were wrong. Other then that, he did have the right front red light installed and working.
Here’s a white version of the classic ZZ top deuce coupe. This was a real nice car from top to bottom and inside out.
Don’t forget the AMC javelins…
A fine example of a Ford Mustang Mach 1.
Here is a really nice $100,000 Ford Mustang. There has been a lot of customization to this car. I’m not sure if I would put that kind of money into a Ford, but to each their own – it was nice still nonetheless.
I can’t stand Mini Coopers, but my kids liked them because they are about their size. This is a Mini Cooper S.
Remember that badass blacked out Corvette I showed you earlier? Well here it is again. The owner finally stopped driving it around so we could get a better look at it.
Here is a side view of this tricked out Corvette.
I told you that was one unique and definitely badass, blacked out Corvette.
Ford Cobras do look cool in red…
And yes, the Plymouths were there too. If you look closely at this Barracuda you will see a no hemi sticker on the side. I have never seen that before…
This was just a damn cool hot rod with a big gnarly engine and flat black paint. Notice the side exhausts and the dice?
Another new Corvette – this time in maroon.
What is this I see? It’s a pontiac GTO standing right next to me with a tiger on the roof and its cub in the carburetor.
“Here come da judge.” – a really nice, orange Pontiac GTO judge.
And then there was the classic Pontiac Trans Am from BJ and the Bandit – remember that old classic movie?
And here’s the pace car from the 1999 Daytona 500.