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The sun came out, cars got polished, some of them made a racket.

COE truck was very nicely done. Corvair van had wood effect trim around the 'screen.

Bullnose Firebird is very good looking. Enhanced here using the current trend of wheels of the original design but with a bigger diameter.

More pics to follow.
 

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Drag racing Landy with a diesel motor and three turbos. A nice Riviera. 1st Gen Firebirds are an interesting alternative to Mustangs.
 

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I could see myself in a 70s Lincoln. I also love muscle cars with huge engines in pastel shades.

Toronado - most awesome FWD car ever?
 

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Why is it that Harleys look better the more shiny tat you remove yet owners nearly always do the opposite?
 

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Very nice. You’ve got to admire the work to keep these in working and show condition.

I’m looking forward to our local show in Wakefield.

They put on a good show last year, free, always good. :lol:
 

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Were there a bunch of people in PT Cruisers with all sorts of plastic chrome tat strapped to them? There were last time I saw a US car group in the area.
 

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Were there a bunch of people in PT Cruisers with all sorts of plastic chrome tat strapped to them? There were last time I saw a US car group in the area.
They were, and we'll get to them later.

I could (or more correctly, couldn't) find room for a full size station wagon.

Boat tail Riviera was immaculate, with very cool interior.
 

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Bagheera looked like it would go ok. More plain Jane Mopar action too.
 

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Lots of new Mustangs including this one with a huge Whipple blower. Never seen a white 2nd gen Corvette before.
 

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I need a car with fake wood panels. And an early Corvette.

'56 was super clean.
 

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Kowalski turned up.
 

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I'm so getting my Kowlaski's mixed up. I thought that was a Due South reference and was looking for a Riviera or a GTO.
 

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I'm so getting my Kowlaski's mixed up. I thought that was a Due South reference and was looking for a Riviera or a GTO.
I've got all three covered. I never watched Due South but I believe it was a boat tail.
 

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I don't know what it is but old American cars and trucks really suit shabby.
 

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Different shape Riviera and a ragtop Corvair. Always had a thing for 3rd gen Camaros. Always lots of trucks.
 

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Cadillac was as immense as the split bumper Z/28 was perfect.
 

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The car park always has some interesting stuff. The Chevelle left at the same time as us and you could actually feel the pulses when he blipped it.
 

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