October 13th, 2018 Cruise In Photos - Wounded Warriors of Mississippi Charity Benefit - Columbus, Mississippi
The weather was cooler than usual with a high of only 74º. They had 38 entries which wasn’t a bad turnout considering there wasn’t much advertising for it, plus there were two annual shows being held in nearby towns that day.
1941 Chevy Pickup
This 1967 Chevy Chevelle was absolutely stunning.
1984 Pontiac Trans Am
Here’s one you don’t see very often - a 1950 White COE.
This 1934 Ford Roadster was only missing a ZZ Top soundtrack.
1967 Cadillac Sedan de Ville
This was a very nice 1950 Chevy Pickup.
1961 Buick Electra 225 convertible
1967 Chevy Nova
2007 Ford Mustang
1987 Buick T-Type Turbo Limited
1966 Ford Pickup
This 1959 Chevy Apache Pickup was a true beauty.
2018 Dodge Demon
Here’s a gorgeous 1968 Ford Mustang.
This was another nice Chevelle, a 1964 SS convertible.
1971 Ford Torino
My 1987 Olds 442. As usual, I had the only Oldsmobile there.
The local Veterans of Foreign Wars chapter also attended. Event coordinator Carl Ulmer reported that the event brought in $1,380.00 after expenses for Wounded Warriors of Mississippi.
October 20th, 2018 Car Show Photos - 15th Annual Caledonia Day Cruise In - Caledonia, Mississippi
The weather was cool due to rain moving in with a high of only 67º. They just had 54 entries this year due to a drizzling shower all morning, but a few brave souls decided to get their wheels out for the show. A large number of the ones seen above at the Oct. 13 cruise in that I attended were also at this one.
1948 Chevy Pickup
This 1931 Ford Coupe is owned by O.T. Moore, the guy who’s done a lot of paint/body work on my vehicles over the years.
2009 Porsche 911
The restoration of this 1954 Ford F-100 had just been recently completed - nice truck.
1971 Chevy Chevelle
1947 Ford Super Deluxe
Here’s an extremely sharp 1966 Pontiac GTO.
This 1959 Ford 601 Workmaster tractor had been painstakingly restored.
1961 Chevy Impala
1965 Ford Mustang
This 1966 Chevy C10 Pickup had just been finished the previous week, and you could still detect the new paint smell on it.
My 1987 Olds 442. Due to the morning rain, I didn’t bother setting up my display items.
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