Story and photography by Steve and Tracy Junker
Recently our town hosted an annual car show. We live in rural America, so this was not a huge car show, but maybe that makes it more fun. When speaking with one of the vehicle owners, we learned that his truck was not well received at an earlier show, but he had been getting a lot of interest and positive feedback at our smaller rural show.
At these smaller shows, the car owners typically seem more willing to talk to the people that have questions about how long they have owned the vehicle, what they have done to it and a host of other questions. It is a fun way to spend a beautiful day getting some exercise for the body and the mind. We hope you enjoy these pictures.
Black 1916 Ford Model T and wooden 1922 Ford Model T Depot Hack
1959 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud
1959 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud Dash
1956 Chevrolet Nomad
1964 Chevrolet Suburban
1969 Dodge Super Bee
1969 Plymouth Road Runner
1969 Plymouth Road Runner engine compartment view
1966 Ford Fairlane GT with a 390 under the hood
1959 Chevrolet Wagon
1959 GMC 100 NAPCO 270 Straight 6 ½ ton 4X4
1936 Ford Coupe
1965 Chevrolet Corvair Monza
1958 Edsel Citation
1958 Edsel Citation rear view
1960 Studebaker Lark II
1960 Studebaker Lark II rear view
1965 Volkswagen Beetle
1985 Dodge Omni GLH with 2.2L turbo engine
2008 Lotus Elise and 1970 Lotus Europa S2
1947 Ford Wrecker. Someone put a lot of work into this one!
1947 Ford Wrecker rear view
1947 Ford Wrecker engine
Don’t know what this was originally, but it is someone’s pride and joy now!
1949 Chevrolet 3600
1949 Chevrolet 3600 interior
Baja Beetle rear view
1964 Plymouth Valiant
There were many more vehicles at the show, too many to show here. Hope you enjoyed the pictures.
Bye for now!
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Steve and Tracy Junker are a husband and wife automotive editorial team with approximately 50 years automotive experience combined. Steve is an ASE L1 Master Technician. They continue to work on their own and family and friends' vehicles because they still enjoy the challenge.