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Bump - this Sunday. Nice place to walk around even if you don't show your car. Entrance to the place is not for free:( but you will get into the museum(s), get to see the mummy:cool: and see the car show. The mansion tour (if you want) is a fee additional to the entrance fee.

http://www.vanderbiltmuseum.org/home.php?section=hours&sub=admission

Oh, my wife said I should be honest and admit that the last photo isn't really from my backyard;)
 

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Photo's (in no particular order) of this years event.

How do these clowns rate being under a tent:confused:





Probably a trunk containing spare electrical parts:)





















The red Ford in the far left, got Best in Show. :rolleyes: (but it was in fair shape;))



My buddy "Diesel's" Grand National - 11K orig miles. He bought it when it was one year old. Orig hoses, belts, tires. But :( he's afraid to drive it anywhere and :eek: puts less than 200 miles a year on it. Kinda of a waste IMO:(.
The green '69 Z28 should have gotten Best in Show IMO. He was offered over $90K for it by a dealer.



The eye-talion brigade:cool: The Dino was bought from Richard Griot - the guy who sells wax and stuff.





The car was pretty neat IMO. It's a Griffith powered by a dual quad 289" Ford. The car weights something like 1400 lbs.





Bugeye Sprite





After a while, the Misses finds these events boring:confused:. We had arrived about 15 minutes prior to the taking of this photo:eek:.



Another :cool: buddy of mine and his TD. He'll also be at The Glen Concours:).

 
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