Friday, July 4, 2014

2014 Cruisin’ at the Boardwalk

Photo by Kate Tompkins
I have a lot of material piling up that I want to write posts for, which includes at least two on specific cars I saw at Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue last month. Blame my backlog on my recent vacation (you can figure out where I was and what we were driving from the photo to the left). Anyway, here’s a slideshow of the Ste-Anne show to get things underway.

It was a great show as usual, but there were relatively fewer cars out. I blame the weather, which had been very wet all week and still looked like rain the morning of the show. Nonetheless, there were still lots of cars to admire.

The Mustangs were out in force, celebrating the 50th anniversary of Ford’s pony car—though the newer ‘stangs look more like war horses than ponies. Lots of Mopar offerings including a Mod Top Barracuda, something I’d never seen before. A great selection of hot rods as always, a sprinkling of foreign cars, and my pick for best of show, a 1949 Oldsmobile Futuramic. Rolling art, that one.

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