I went to a small car show over the weekend and I've finally finished sifting through and editing all the images I took. They're all pretty large so the page might take a while to load. Enjoy!

mmmmmm Packard...

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Next to this pretty pony was a Mustang II show car. Why anybody would actually be proud of owning one is beyond me.

How does a triple carb setup on a V8 work? Every carb feeds 2.67 cylinders?

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Yes, that's a real AC Cobra, not a replica. I'm not going to tell you how much they were asking for it.

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Behold, my massive inability to center a subject in the frame!

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That's a Saleen Fox-body. I didn't even know there was such a thing.

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Can somebody ID this Ford? The front looks like a Model T but I've never seen that body style before.

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That's why we call it the "trunk".

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Made in U.S.A.

The show was chock-full of great deals. Ex-police Crown Vic for $1800, anyone?

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This might not be the most desirable of the Malibus, but it was in tip-top shape and at $2,200 it's quite the steal.

Hah! The owner actually thought somebody would be willing to pay $8,000 for a Chevette!

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I'd have bought this if I could but by that point I no longer had enough cash on me :(

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I did however snag this snazzy Cadillac hubcap for a cool two bucks.

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Because the VW Bus wasn't dangerous enough to drive already.

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I didn't talk to the owner but this appears to be a Golf that's been turned into an autox/ track day car.

The 50's diner inspired interior of that white Bus in the background.

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$9,500 for an immaculate five-speed, twin-cam, turbo Supra. NPOCP?

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I think it's safe to say that this C7 was the star of the show. There was a small crowd around it the entire time it was there.

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Aww Yiss

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Best deal of the show, a supercharged Z28 in amazing condition for $4,900

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A Mercury Capri, I actually forgot these existed. I don't recall how much it was being sold for but I remember it was pretty reasonable.

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I don't really know my motorcycles but this old BMW looked like something a few of you guys would appreciate.

That thing used to be a Thunderbird.

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This Hummer was so horrible that I couldn't not take a picture of it.

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This was a car show and flea market. There was an entire acre of booths just like this selling car parts and car-related stuff.

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There were a few interesting cars in the parking lot as well.