So, reporting back from the Wachusett Mountain Cars and Coffee:
The coffee (from any of the four different tents) was most excellent.
The views of the mountain from the show field/parking lot was also most excellent.
I was up and on the road at the unGodly time (for me) of 6:30am to meet Jon Nunez and his VS before heading over to the show. Temps were about 70F when I left so I took all back roads to get there and it was glorious driving weather.
Here are some photos of the show:
"The Three Amoigos" - Prarit's Seduction 550 foreground, Pearl behind him and Jon's VS to the right. That miata on the left had a 5-liter Ford V8 crammed into it.
A couple more vintage P-Cars a little farther back.
Really nice '59 Corvette. Love the green Bug in the background, too.
Yes, I couldn't resist using my eye sunguard that the boys gave me for Christmas. .That's Casey Nunez on the left, and Jon (red shirt)
Prarit's got a cool plate, too.
This yellow Model A (400) belongs to my biking friend Dave Libby and is beautiful. He has a roadster and pickup, all around 1930, too.
The Worcester County Model A club was there in force!
Saw this and thought of you Westie Coasters....
One of the three base lodges at the ski area, but it was a big show with maybe a couple of hundred cars there.
Where's Lane? Nice MGB GT, too.
I was shooting for the ski trail in the background, and the Vette Photo-bombed me.
Yes, Virginia...... There is an engine under all that Plastic.
Had to get a photo of a true 6-man-trunk "Mob Car", all 110 feet of it.
And a few (very few) street rods shwed up, too.
And this lady with her Crosley that she's had since the 1960's.
Absolutely stellar F100
They look good, don't they?
This '53 Frazier won "Spectator Best In Show" and was worth every single vote.
This little guy just looks happy to be anywhere.........