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  1. #51
    Quote Originally Posted by turbo993 View Post
    . . . Thanks for taking the time to share and post your pics . . .
    My pleasure!

    I only wish I could take my car to as many shows as you do!


    Love seeing your S, everywhere . . . + knowing that you actually drove it there



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  2. #52

    More 2021 Werks Re-union . . .

    . . . more 'car show' parking lot

    Mustache-bumper Panter. Doesn't look like anything 's fallin' off or leaking . . . or on fire

    Sweet little Alfa. I can almost smell the rust a' nibblin'

    Twins. Remember when Porsches --- and Ferraris . . . actually looked like Porsches and Ferraris? All that's missing here is a body-kit Fiero

    912. Hiding in plain sight

    Later BMW M3. Color 's not exactly my taste, but these thing's are stupid-capable . . . 'till something goes 'twing'. No stick, though. Shame

    '75 (?) CS. Wonky doors = yike$

    Audi something-or-t'other. Nice to see some different colors showing-up on cars, again. Now . . . about the styling





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  3. #53

    More 2021 Werks Re-union . . .

    . . . more Car Show parking lot . . .


    '70 Plymouth E-body --- In-Violet, w/noyce vintage CA blue tag . . . running his spare, looks like

    330GTC . . . now THAT's a window sticker

    Responsibly-masked Real M3

    e28 Alpina B9 3.5. Veeeery kool kar. 250 hp, 150 mph. In 1983

    Personalized CS. Meh







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  4. #54

    More 2021 Werks Re-union . . .

    . . . coupla Gulf-liveried somethin'-or-t'others

    1st up is a somewhat confused F/G-body cross-dressed as a Carrera. I've never considered this color combination all-that attractive, anyway --- throw-in some hooter lights, a plexi engine grill, and expired tags = argh-group

    Ooooo --- horny-as-hell-looking GT40-zoid . . . Superformance, maybe? Mark II-ish-looking body-work covering (barely) what could be a small-block Ford capped w/a squad of twin-choke Webers, all rolling on a set of proper knock-offs. Current tags, but please note the foil wrap on the fuel lines . . . with any obvious ventilation of the engine compartment back out over the trunk. Hot, you think? Prolly goes like all-hell, too --- but driving something this low without a full-cage? . . . = 200 mph-athletic supporter

    Oh-yeah --- no roll-down windows . . . so skip any drive-thrus




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  5. #55

    More 2021 Werks Re-union . . .

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    When it comes to any 'too much = just right' 'extra light' contests, looks like I gotta give this one to the Volvo

    Tidy little T-car --- in my favorite color . . . w/ an interesting take on a Dealer tag



    Overall, IMO --- this Shew was a C+/B- . . . some interesting stuff and a good effort, but . . . nothing to get too wound-up about. (Awesome parking lot, though!) Refreshments were available (for some truly extortunate prices) but I was kinda done by 'bout 1100



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