I finished yesterday’s post with a modern classic Lambo. I will start this post with a group of photos of the poster I had on my wall as a teenager, the timeless classic Lamborghini Countach, I still love these cars.
Nothing about this car is subtle, it just screams ‘I’m a super car, get out of the way’. Stunning car.
I was starting to get to the club stands with a splattering of the private cars around.
Another car I drooled over was the Magnum Pi (TV series) Ferrari. here was one in a very unusual blue.
The military vehicles was interesting as I was speaking to a guy who was telling me that he used his vehicle as a converted camper van.
The commercial vehicles wasn’t as big as I was expecting it to be. But I loved these Freightliners.
There was some stalls, more like a yard/car boot sale type stuff. There never seems to be any auto jumble specific stuff these days. Perhaps I’m looking in the wrong places. The food stalls were busy and the beer tent was selling well too. There was a stall that was selling some artworks which was an awesome place and the live music was quite good too.
I got back to the car and sat down for a well-earned rest. throughout the afternoon I spoke to a steady stream of lovely people. I left the show a bit earlier than expected as I was low on fuel and the last thing I need was to sit burning what I had left. I had visions of calling the wife to bring a couple of cans of fuel to me so I could get to the fuel station. My journey calculations there and back had been ruined due to the traffic jams.
Why did I let it run low?
Well, when I put the car away for the winter I don’t leave her sitting with a full tank, I run it as low as possible so if the fuel does go stale, I won’t lose a great deal. I use fuel additives and stabilizers even in premium low ethanol fuel, so it should be fine but you never know. At the start of each year when the car comes out to play, I fill a Jerry can up with fresh fuel to top her up and start on a good footing.
A great day’s car show and a little sad it was the last of the year. I got the car home and gave her a little wipe down before putting her away. I will give her a winter coat of wax and cover all the chrome with something to protect it.
It’s been a great summer of car shows and from what I can remember, all of them have been a sunny days. Let’s hope it continues for the next year shows too. There may be a an unexpected car show, but I don’t have anything planned in my calendar, yet.
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Nice car. I like these car, I saw some one sell old car around 7k but I don’t know how much money more to make it nice like this. Mustang cars were impressed
Thanks. It’s not just the money though. It’s the time and effort to do it as well. The car is I sure for an awful lot more than £7k for sure.
Great mix of unique vehicles! The Frieghtliner looked like the one I drove the wheels off of 🙂 We are also getting the 49 Panel truck ready for bed but I am also interested in a pretty F100 from 1956 not sure I can justify the price yet. Great Mustang
Thank you. I would to restore a trick, but I think the boat for cheap projects has well and truly sailed into the sunset.
🙁 I know you’re right.