Cruise in at the Bomber Car Show

Hot Rods, Classic Cars and Street Rods were all present at the Cruise in at the Bomber, Car Show. Arriving late meant that we had to park on the other side of the street. We got out of there before the awards but I did get a few pictures of a few of the cars. The 1935 Cadillac is one that especially caught my eye.

We were on our way to the ocean at Newport and hoped to make the Toledo Show but leaving Kingston WA in the morning and driving my 1937 Chevrolet pickup truck just took a lot longer than the trip would have in the bomber, when it was still flying.

I had a little bad luck on the way down as I was cruising 75mph, my right hand wiper flipped up over the top and ended up on the highway where it probably has been ground into the pavement pretty well by now. I'm glad I have picked up a few more spares off e-bay because those Trico 5ply blades are getting harder and harder to find.

Remembering to remove the tandem wiper arm assembly when I'm doing highway speeds is something I need to work on cause this was the second time I lost a blade like that. The other time, I had that inline six pushing the 37 Chevy down the road at over 80mph.

Here's some good pictures of the car show, and one of my truck at the bridge at Newport Oregon.

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