I’ve been seeing them everywhere! Old cars and not just at the Concours d’Elegance at Ironstone Vineyards in Murphys. The other day I went to Martha’s Gardens in Newcastle and a restored car was in the parking lot. Today I bought a used leather love seat and the owner had an old Edsel in his garage! Oh, if you missed part 1 of this post, you can see it here.
But let’s get back the the event at Ironstone. Here is part two, and I want to show you some vintage trailers that have been restored, car close ups and a few other things. So let’s look at some pictures!
6 thoughts on “Blast from the past: Concours d’Elegance, part 2”
Love seeing the old cars. They are so good to look at and remind of us of how far we have come really.
The old caravans were funny too, I remember holidaying in similar ones when I was a child.
I wish I knew more about how cars run. Then I could appreciate the differences between now and then. I do miss the old bench seats that allowed six passengers in a car!
I always love car shows, whether the little local ones with low-riders, to ones such as the Concours d’Elegance! I can’t imagine my HRV in one though – but maybe in 100 years!
I really liked the trailers and wished there were more of them. What is an HRV?
I love these photos, Anne!! You have a great eye for composition!!!
Ah, they don’t do cars that beautiful anymore!! The old ones have an elegance difficult to find these days…
Thanks Mercedes. Vintage autos certainly have more personality than our newer cars. But, I don’t know about comfort!