May 10th 2003 Car Show Photos - 10th Annual Mayfest - Guin, Alabama
This is a 1955 Chevy Bel Air Post Coupe. There were quite a few ’55-’57 Chevies at this show. The trunk was customized at Long’s Glass and Kustom Interiors in Vernon, Alabama - the same place that did the trunk in my car.
1956 Bel Air
This 1950 Chevy Pickup had some beautiful woodwork done in the bed.
1956 Ford F-100 Pickup
1966 Chevy Stepside Pickup
1966 Chevy C-10 Pickup
As you can see, there were quite a few nice trucks at the show. I’m a 1966 model, too, and I only *wish* I was in as good a shape as the two Chevies above.
I see this car from Tupelo, MS quite a bit during car show season. Very nice…
This is a 1966 Plymouth Fury III. That framed document sitting on the breather cover is the original window sticker.
This was an interesting bike. It’s a 1951 Simplex Servi-Cycle. The owner showed me a brochure where the original price was a little over $200.
A beautiful example of a 1966 Corvette Stingray. The photo doesn’t do it justice.
1929 Mercedes Kit Car
This Pepsi delivery truck from Winfield, Alabama was a real beauty. It’s a 1950 Chevy 6400, complete with repro period-style logos on the bottles.
A 1939 Pontiac. I had the only Oldsmobile there, and this was the only Pontiac.
1934 Ford Coupe
A 1928 Ford Tudor, owned by Dewayne Laney of Amory, Mississippi.
1936 Chevy Truck
A 1931 Ford, painted in a beautiful metallic “Brandywine” color.
Bob Smith’s Modified Chevy Impala, with a 402 cubic inch engine.
And finally, my 1987 Olds 442. They had around eighty entries, with First and Second place trophies given in 39 different classes. I was in the 1981-2003 Production class. There was only one other entry in my class - a young lady with a 2003 Chevy Cavalier. She got Second, and my Olds took First.
My trunk display, with my framed OldsGmail.com membership certificate furnished by Mike Rothe, and a copy of the original dealer ad from 1987.
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