It’s time to check out the second half of the automotive goodness that graced the outdoors of the GNRS.
Blue skies, palm trees, sunshine, and a gorgeous convertible in January? Yep. Welcome to sunny Southern California!
It’s so rare to see a Willys wagon at any show, and we were thrilled to run across this beautifully finished version.
Double Willys trouble? Absolutely. This Willys Jeep is a fun contrast to the sleek wagon above.
We loved finding these Studebakers, of all varieties, parked in a row…
Little Anglias like these get us every time. Decked in silver, like this one here, or in black and yellow like the taxi-themed one we’ve seen at a few shows recently, we love ’em!
Rough and rusty textures still abound at shows, as exemplified by this truck. The design on this distressed theme goes above and beyond, as little details seem to pop up everywhere you look on this vehicle.
The deep matte green and subtle pinstriping were an unexpected and welcome choice on this rod.
The cars on the blacktops and lawns at the GNRS once again prove that they can hold their own against the indoor show beauties. What makes us love these cars even more is that they really are drivers – after all, they have to take their owners home at the end of the day!