Muscle cars by Chevy in the Littleton Elks Lodge #1650 parking lot.
Littleton Elks Lodge #1650 had a lot of shining chrome, or as the car enthusiast put it “the other precious metal” on display in the 10th Annual Littleton Elks Custom Car Show in conjunction with Western Welcome Week.
There were plenty of vintage, classic, custom modified and muscle cars on hand that would put any gear or motorhead in a euphoric state of mind, like a kid in a candy store. This year’s show was bigger with more participants and viewers on hand to see what cars were like in the days before the gentrified and homogenized SUV’s took over the roads.
A custom “T-Bucket” and a customized 1940 Ford Coupe.
The hood ornament or “maker’s badge” of a 1930 Model B Pierce Arrow, back when automobiles and motor cars could be recognized by ornaments and unique manufacture’s styles and designs.
A restoration in progress, a vintage Buick where some of the body parts are made of wood and some of metal.
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