I look forward to the Logic Lumber Show as it always has some interesting cars you don’t get to see elsewhere but there is a definite sadness as well as it marks the end of the car show season. There was the fantastic dragster Ford Mustang above along with its matching Ford transporter which might just have been the highlight for me.
The full gallery of shots here and a selection below as usual.
Fiberglass body and probably nothing Mustang related under the skin but it looked great with a rather colourful paint job.
The transporter for it was almost as interesting with living space as well as room for the race car and tools.
Moving on this 1964 Imperial was advertised for what seemed like a bargain $3500.
A very nice 1952 International L-110 series pickup truck. Oddly enough there was another an almost identical one in the same colour even but 1950 model year.
This 1963 Plymouth Fury looked just right. The owner nailed the stance, colour and wheels.
Not often you seen a 1978 Oldsmobile Delta 88 in such fantastic condition. The two door model too.
The interior was pristine. The checker blanket completes the car nicely.
1976 Carpi II Rokstock RSR Turbo. Black Cat model with 2.8L V6 modified by tuner company Rokstock. The turbo boosted power to 180hp and the suspension was stiffened and lowered. Apparently 1 of either 28 or 35 made.
1947 Willys CJ2A – like a lot of early Jeeps this was has been modified. V8 engine and huge mud tires.
1970 Pontiac GTO in a very unusual shade of green – Verdoro Green. This is a Canadian built car and one of only one hundred and thirty five ever made in this colour according to the data sheet the owner had up. It has the Ram Air III 400cid V8 as well as the close ratio 4 speed manual gearbox.