Wednesday, June 22, 2011
Highland Ranch Car Show described as "the most eclectic bunch of cars I've ever seen"
One of our good family friends, Patrick Casey, was there to check out the unique and unusual cars and trucks on display in the huge Cherry Hills Community Church parking lot. Pat called it, “the most eclectic bunch of cars I’ve ever seen,” and the pictures tend to support that claim.
an abysmal web site. The owner of the restored bumper car was giving kids rides around the church parking lot throughout the day.
Some of the cars that I would have especially liked to see firsthand included a ’41 Cadillac fastback, a pair of ’55 Oldsmobiles, an exotic and rare ’57 Eldorado Brougham, and a classy ’47 Buick convertible.
Whether you like all-original Model T’s, or restored Isettas; Ford Edsels, or Ford Gran Torinos, there was enough variety to make everyone happy at the 2011 Highland’s Ranch Car Show.
The slideshow below has some select pictures from the event, courtesy of our Mile-High friend Pat Casey. I really appreciate him sending these here for us to check out. It looks like it was a great show.