Still Saving Lives Car Show June 3, 2017

The 50's showed up at the Still Saving Lives Car Show

Loving the Ford Ranchero is not always easy at a car show. We usually get to most shows early so we can shoot the show with the least amount of people surrounding the ride. Of course this means waiting for the polish up and wipe down that takes another 1/2 hour. It is amazing how much cleaning goes on at the beginning of a car show. The better the ride the more the wipe down. Most cars should be at the show before the car show opening giving a clue as to how many classic will be in attendance so when we found this classic Ranchero tucked in the corner it was a happy surprise. The '63 was just driving in when we were leaving. This years show was not at the park it was at the parking lot down the street. Hot, must have been the word of the day, happy we got there early.  Ken the owner of this ride said it was an old police cruiser and showcased the blinking light show on the back window, looking good Ken thanks for bring your classic ride to the show. We are always looking out the Ranchero. Look for car show photos of the Still Saving Lives this week.

The Classic Car Show has the blues

Singing the blues, car show classics rule.

The Ranchero & the blue q is all about the car show experience. Heading out to a car show for viewing or joining in with our classic is fun, family friendly entertainment. There are so many different standards for a car show but the custom show that fits into a neighborhood or car club offer the best opportunity to enjoy the ride because they are usually free for the viewers. Big car shows that charge fees can making it less family orientated because the parking and entrance fee has a high cost level. When we first started going and attending car shows the difference between a neighborhood show and a big venue show stood out. Some shows charge to get in, where some charge for parking and a fee to get in. We are going to start adding little notes to our car show selection about what to expect at car shows we have attended. After Jake, our dog was banned from a neighborhood car show that was free for viewing it looks like maybe a little extra notes might come in handy for those of us who drag our dogs everywhere and for the folks who may not know you have to pay to park. So we are adding notes and any additional information we can pass on regarding car shows from parking and entrance fees, to dog friendly shows. Attending a car show is a lot of fun but knowing what to expect when attending a car show especially if you have to pay to park & pay to get in vs free. Looking forward to checking out Still Saving Lives and Pomona Swap Meet this weekend. Catch a car show and enjoy the ride!