A 2CV in delivery van configuration.
This is what happens when you leave a Jeep and a 2CV alone.
The hilariously tiny 2CV engine.
This 2CV is in the process of being fully restored.
That linkage to the transmission (the rod through the non-firewall firewall makes me vaguely uncomfortable.
I came to see 2CVs. Can I go home now?
Apparently of some historical value, this rotting hulk smelled vile.
This truck (dating to the first world war) caught my attention due to the “tires” and the chain drive.
The rest of the truck.
A vintage Renault.
This and a tank were really the only American automobiles that I saw.
I’m not sure as to the practicality, but the amusement factor seemed like it merited a picture.
One of many rally cars.
Rallying: not a safe sport.
Just when you thought Civics couldn’t get any uglier…
Another rally car.
If this were an Indiana Jones movie instead of a car show, this guy probably could have traded this car for some camels and a tank.
An old presidential carriage.
“Airplane inspired,” per the signs.
Hamster ball inspired?
It’s a dickmobile.
“Retro” apparently encompasses 70s and up Ferraris and Lamborghinis, of which there were many to buy, if you’re an old rich guy in search of a car that may or may not start when you want it to.
Early traffic accidents must have produced some incredibly nasty deaths.
I don’t know if lime green was ever a factory color option…
Had there been two, I could have made a flock of seagulls joke.
Mandatory crowd shot.
OK, now I can go home.
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