Where have all the good cars gone?


Massillon's 2007 Cruise-In was held this past Saturday and I wish that I could say that it was everything that I had hoped and waited for but it wasn't. Unfortunately for me there were only a handful of "classic cars" there, cars that are maybe fifty years old or older. The more chrome, the better I always say. I did spend quite a bit of time on this 1947 Cadillac though. I got a number of great images of it but for some reason this image kind of reminds me of a toaster.





Comments

Kristina said…
A car is considered a classic at 25 years, but it's hard to think of a 1982 car as a classic. Were they still making Gremlins then? :-)

I didn't see the toaster at first, but now that you mention it...
jmphoto said…
I'm not sure when they stopped making Gremlins but there was actually one of those there along with a number of Vegas and Mavericks. Sorry, no powder blue Chevettes this year.
Kristina said…
Hey... my Chevette was a '77, making it well and truly a "classic." Scary, huh?

10 more years and my Miata will be a classic. Not much chrome, but it's swoopy.

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