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

  1. 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.

  2. 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!

  3. 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!

  4. 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…

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