The Camaro Superfest 2010 was held July 2, 3 and 4 at Riverside Park in Ypsilanti, Michigan, and (on Friday afternoon) at Michigan International Speedway. Lisa and I, along with friend Kristie, her 3 kids and her parents went to take a look at the cars on Saturday.

A Circular View of the Camaro Superfest

A panorama made by joining 15 photos together

Pre-event registration had 155 Camaros registered, from 1968 through to 2010. Needless to say I took LOTS of pictures!!!!! Some of the better ones are immediately here, and then more in the photogallery below.

The Red Line

Not far in from the entrance - a line up of red Camaros - 2010 models in front, and a couple of the earlier ones up to 2002 bhind.

Under the Tree

White 69ish Camaro and Black 2010 Camaro in the shade.

Burnt Orange

This 1970s Camaro was an amazing orange colour.

A photogallery with a lot more photos follows: Continue reading »

 

Last Saturday we went with Don and Mindy to see the Del Shannon Memorial Car Show in Coopersville. While there Don mentioned that this weekend there was a car show at the Gilmore Car Museum – a place I’ve long had a desire to go. So Saturday mid-day Don and I headed off down there to take a look at some more cars.

So the car show was in 2 parts – the permanent exhibits at the Gilmore Car Museum housed in a number of large old farm barns. And then the hundreds of privately owned cars that had been driven in for the day’s Elvis Memorial Car Show.

The permanent displays particularly were jaw-dropping – an amazing array of immaculate old cars – many of them very rare and valuable, with names like Auburn, Duesenberg, Rolls Royce, Packard…

Here’s a photo gallery of some of the the pictures I took.

 

8 August was Dinner Club in Grand Haven, and the Del Shannon Car Show in Coopersville (which is on the way to Grand Haven). It was also a day of some not insignificant rain, so we headed out  as it looked like the rain was nearly finished, meeting up with Don and Mindy in Coopersville not long after the rain had stopped. But alas the rain had caused a lot of the expected 800 cars to not show up (or to show up and then have left already). So it was a pretty sparse, and wet line-up, but there were some interesting cars still there. In the farm exhibit this old gas powered engine was chuffing away….

Half Breed Engine

Below is a photo gallery of some of the cars we saw.

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