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Old Oct 26, 2012, 9:17 PM   #1
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Old Oct 26, 2012, 9:37 PM   #2
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And for all the car nuts out there, here are a few more shots to enjoy.









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Old Oct 26, 2012, 9:51 PM   #3
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Old Oct 26, 2012, 9:55 PM   #4
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My favorite, of course. (Mine parked out on the street. LOL)

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Old Oct 27, 2012, 12:54 PM   #5
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All cool cars, something about cars and kids....like us isn't there. Great photos. Love the old AC Bristol body on the Cobra.
Nice wheels of yours as well. I'll take the Ferrari though!!!

Lay in bed this morning early watching the quaifying for the India F1 Grand Prix.

Went the way of all the usual suspects. Red Bull 1&2. McLaren 3&4, Ferrari 5&6 all inside one second. Going to be a fun start in the morning with a long first straight going into turn one.
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I enjoyed the photos - thanks! But you didn't drive one of the Ferraris home???

My uncle had a 57 Chevy wagon like that one. I don't remember it being a great car - maybe with a modern suspension added...
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Hey Steve

Thanks for posting these.. that AC 43 sure does look really nice... and teh Ferrari reg plate...well if you have the monies...
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Also did enjoy these Steven, can imagine that this was a more then nice day.
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Just spotted something really wrong with all those cars .. the steering's on the wrong side
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Thanks for all the comments guys. It was a beautiful day and there were hundreds of great cars spread over blocks and blocks of downtown Lakeland at their annual auto show. I didn't cover it all, and still took over a hundred photos that day.

By the way, of course they had a lot of food vendors, and one of them was selling "homemade" ice cream. They were making it right beside their tent, and the large old fashioned ice cream churn was being powered by an old John Deer two stroke motor. Here is a photo:




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Just spotted something really wrong with all those cars .. the steering's on the wrong side
Sorry Harj; that has already been voted on, and the world decided to drive on the right. Driving on the left is down to a small portion of civilized society.
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