Automobiles are on display by invitation only. Some are driven to the event but most arrive on trailers. I have more respect for the drivers rather than the “trailer queens.” I figure, why have a classic car and never drive it? However, when I see the beauty of these vehicles, I can understand why their owners don’t want to take the chance of even getting a bird dropping on their beautiful automobiles let alone being in an accident on the road.
|Classic motorcycles were part of the show. |
This Indian was a winner in its class.
|The owner of this Morgan drove to Milwaukee from the Chicago area.|
|This Honda was one of the first imported in 1972.|
|The owner of this Pantera stores other cars in Rick's barn.|
|Our friend remarked that this Woodill looked like|
one of the cartoon cars in the movie, Cars.
|This Packard Caribbean convertible looks like it|
belongs in the tropics.
|Here's a cute Sunbeam, made famous in the TV series|
Get Smart, that was in the parking lot.
Yes, even some of the spectators had cars worthy
of being on the other side of the entrance gate.
|The Deuce of Spades (1932 Ford Roadster), featured|
in an indie movie with the same name.
The filmmaker, Faith Granger, produced, wrote,
directed, edited, and filmed it. And, she also starred in it.
Next year's Masterpiece is scheduled for August 25-26. It's sure to be another stunning show!