My long time friends George and Gary arrived on Wednesday and we spent three days visiting old friends, shops and looking at the cars displayed at the 70th Annual Grand National Roadster Show. We are all in our seventies but somehow walked 12,000 steps to see all 9 buildings full of cars.
Building 4 is the main building for viewing the roadsters, meeting new friends and seeing old ones. We spent the majority of our time in this building due to the quality of this year’s roadsters and talking to people. Thanks to all who took the time to stop and comment on Pewsplace.com. That keeps me motivated to post another blog and take another photo.
This year Facebook was full of excellent photos posted by some real photographers and I will use some of them today. I took 500 photos myself but others had better shots without all the people in the photos. If you want an early view of the show be sure to join Facebook. It’s FREE!
The winner was picked my me and several others early on but, as you know, judges often have different taste that we do. Eric and his team at Pinkee’s built Geoge’s 36 to the highest standards in both design and engineering expertise. Flawless workmanship throughout the car was evident as well as execution of Eric Black’s design.