While I had a great time in the few hours I was able to spend at the Cars For Charity show I had my fill of the show in that time frame too. I got to sit and talk with some friends, see some amazing machines and walk by a lot of cars that just aren’t my thing. I hope next year I can have one of my cars changed enough that I can feel okay putting it back in the show.
It’s been my feeling for awhile that you shouldn’t put your car into the same indoor show year after year without changing SOMETHING about it. There’s a ton of great cars in the area that could be in the event and have it change up each year. The feature cars that come in are OUTSTANDING, it’s time to every couple of years get some other clubs to bring some different rides in. Same goes for outdoor events, if you haven’t changed a thing on your car, at least park in a different spot each year!
Enough ranting, this is supposed to be about this show. It’s a great show, it’s a great way to get through the winter months and get pumped up to get your ride ready for Spring and the money raised goes to some good causes. I hope you enjoyed my coverage of the cars that I dug from the show.
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