The day started out dreary, wet, and cold, and although the rain stopped, it was still fairly cool. It started raining again at days' end, but it wasn't a horrible day for a show. Once the rain stopped, it was actually quite nice. The show went on with probably 200 cars, maybe more or less, but a good turnout for a damp day none-the-less. I did a showing with Fayetteville F-body and had quite a nice time. Our club showed 22 cars when all was said and done, along with some new members.
Nearly everyone in our club got a trophy (they did Top 40 for '86-older and Top 20 for '87-Newer) and we had quite a nice showing.
If you look on the right, you'll see two '69 Camaros (one yellow, one blue) and a yellow 2010. All three belong to one guy's family...he took a trophy for each one. And he's the man that replaced my transmission and the ONLY reason I was able to have Emma in the show at all! ...and you'll see that Emma did QUITE well for herself!! :D
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