Join our virtual car show with this week's theme: Red, White or Blue Cars.
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Let's hear it for the Red, White and Blue! **
My red 1974 Triumph TR6 (Trixie)
My friend Kay's white 1973 Triumph TR6
My blue 1973 Triumph TR6 (Treena)
We took this photo at the Western Washington All British Field Meet in Kenmore WA a few years ago. Trixie has moved to Florida with a great new owner. Kay bought her car in the 80's and gave her a full restoration a few years ago. And Treena and I are at 21 years and counting.
Happy July 4th! Back road tours are a great way to socially distance!
** it's the Union Jack too!
To my fellow Little Indians club member, so sorry for your loss :o(
My 63 convertible has the original transaxle, a 326 V8 and auto trans. Just took her out to cruise PCH along the coast.
My 1973 Ford Maverick...Nostalgia purchase 3 years ago as my wife had one in high school before we were married. She passed away suddenly in January of this year. A couple weeks later I received the Marti Report showing this is 1 of 23 built as optioned! It's a keeper!
I’ve always wanted a Packard, A 1937 model, Especially a convertible. My wife surprised Me on my 60th birthday with A big party and my dream Car! Wrapped in Packard blue paint. We live in Texas, she found it up north on-line and had it shipped down a couple of weeks before the party, so a lady-friend volunteered her garage....she enjoyed it so much, she threw a wine and cheese party in her garage for the car so Her friends could get a sneak peek at it! I’m now 68 and my daughter has claimed it when i pass on....which I'm glad of.
Located in South Jersey. Always been a Pontiac lover and owned many trans ams but last year found this first gen and is going to delay my retirement with the amount of money invested. But, she is as American as apple pie with blue paint, white interior and red center caps and lugs. Lots of compliments wherever I go.