But what draws me in is the Maid-Rite Sandwich Shoppe that is located inside the adjoining gas station. Those loose-meat burgers have been around since the 1920s, but I never could understand why they didn't take off more. I'd rather eat those than a normal McDonald's or Burger King any day.
This is a holiday weekend, and it was a little cloudy, so not everything was in its favor. But there were still a few nice things to check out.
Among them was a really slick little '64 Corvair. This looks like a pretty original sedan, and the red-over-white color scheme really stands out. It was a great car, and so far has managed to survive close to 50 years without skeetering out of control and killing its owners.
BHo said it was the Hardcastle and McCormick car (how many other eight-year-olds do you know that could have pulled out that reference?). It did have quite a presence, and the big V8 in the back made lots of noise when he roared away from the show.
There was even a trio of modified late-model Camaros. Even with the light turnout, there was a pretty good variety.
So here's the good news: I took 80 pictures. Here's the bad news: I had the settings a little off on my camera. So at least you have a slideshow down there to look at, but the color is a little weird. Hopefully this will encourage you to come out to the