It’s been busy here at Old Cars Weekly with the size change and our upcoming Guide to Auto Restoration, upcoming Chevrolet book and planning for the Iola Old Car Show, but I think I have finally nailed down part of my travel for the year. If you’re heading to any of these events, be sure to say “Hi!”
I am looking forward to a great show season, particularly the first of these stops — the CCCA Museum Experience — since it will feature closed Classics. Although most people prefer a wind-in-your-hair drop top, I have long favored the looks of a well-proportioned coupe or a smart sedan. This meet promises plenty of both.
Here’s just one of the cars you can expect to see at the event, a 1930 Lincoln with Judkins coupe coachwork:
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