Mon Aug 8, 2016, 6:58 PM
So, it seemed fitting with Hot August Night's 2016 wrapped up and put to bed, to do a feature on cars. It is after all, the car shows 30th anniversary!
The love of the automobile is nothing new to Americans or anyone, anywhere. Cars give us freedom, cruising down the highways with the wind in our hair...it is not about the destination, it is all about the ride!
Those of us that call ourselves car buff's, we love the sound of a 8 cylinder roaring engine backed up with looks that could cause an accident. I was born into a car family and learned at an early age to appreciate the beauty of a restored classic. So, with that said, here is to the automobile in all her glory. Whether she has a carburetor, fuel injected, modified or traditional classic, the love of the automobile transcends generations.
Now just a few of my own personal shots of my favorites cars...
Well, my friends...I hope you enjoyed the ride!
Thanks a lot for adding one of mine in your great collection of cars !
I assure you that these updated cars for the most part, are nothing like their former selves, with updates in their suspensions and steering.
Oh my! I'm honored to have been included..
My pleasure, Rocky! I am glad you like it! Hey, take a look at a green ford with a canned ham for me, I have no idea what year it is.
Gorgeous car feature thanks so much Sheri for including images, appreciate so much!
Such fun! That Corvette is my favorite too. We all wanted one of those when we were teenagers.
Yep, we had a few of them growing up...they were fun and trouble with a capital "T". But, if truth were to be told, all the muscle cars that were restored while I was growing were trouble.
Beautiful gallerym great cars
Nice collection of photos, thanks for the feature.
I couldn't have put it any better, especially being raised here in Reno, with this event ever year. It gives anyone with even the slightest car interest a focus addiction to classic cars.. Ty for a great blog <(-_-)>
Excellent Feature, full of excellent work, thank you so much Sheri for letting me be a part of your wonderful Feature.