Congratulations to @BuickDan1 and their awesome 1958 Buick Super "Riviera" for getting the most likes in our Drive-in Movie Cars car show!
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Needed a wagon for the snowbird commute between Nova Scotia & Florida. I have always been a Volvo guy but wanted something different, but with decent mileage & power. Bought EVA ( '94 Roadmaster Estate) in Orlando, drove her home, installed the 6 foot sunroof, ( i'm a convertible guy) dropped her with Vogtland springs & bilsteins and installed huge Hotchkiss sway bars. Now she fills BMW mirrors on back roads too.
With the rear facing, 3rd row seat, the tailgate down "a la Lazy Boy", and the star-roof open She is the perfect Drive- in cruiser....................
We like to go to the drive-in with our 1958 Buick Super "Riviera". It is certainly a crowd pleaser and we get a lot of comments about the car. I am a big Buick fan and have always thought the 1958 style was so garish that it is beautiful. It is completely stock and other than maintenance repairs and touch ups, is all original. We live in Carleton Place, Ontario, Canada and frequent the “Port Elmsley Drive in”.
Well NOT exactly qualified as a car, but we have a lot of fun each August with our H.O.G. chapter buddies at the local Drive-In...
The 'cagers' get a big kick out of the 'bikers' rolling up to the show with their chairs strapped on the back!
Mine is the Black Hills Gold over Black Onyx Limited (above right).
In the small town of Kane in Northwest Pennsylvania, they hold an annual classic car show at a still operational and active Kane Family Drive-In. Complete with movies, concessions, etc.