2017 Bonnies Car Show

Sep 17, 2017

There was a show held in Eads, Colorado on September 9, 2017.  This show was for Bonnie Morgan of Eads and turned out to be a great success.  The show starts out with a parade that I swear was 10 blocks long.  Try that for a town of about 700 people. 

The first two cars in the parade were Rick and Bonnie Mogan's.  There many more.

You will never see two Retracts this excellant together in a show this size ever again.  Avobe, take a look at John Linder's 57 and Kenny and Jacque Snow's 59.

When the parade was over we went to the fairgrounds and Bonnie's Mercury was in a place of honor.

There have been previous shows at Eads but this one was twice as big (around 60 cars) and a good time with many fine automobiles.  Take a gander:

How about that trio of Pickups.  Can't get much better.

Bonnie,  we will see you next year and years after that. 

I WILL BE AT GOODLAND, KANSAS FOR THE FLATLANDERS SEPTEMBER 22 AND 23, 2017.  IF YOU WANT TO AVOID ME, DO NOT FORGET THERE IS THE 1ST ANNUAL HOLLY, COLORADO, GATEWAY CLASSIC SEPTEMBER 23, 2017.   

2017 Ness City Fun Run

Sep 03, 2017

 

You should have been at Ness City, Kansas on September 2, 2017.   There were good beers and burgers at the Cozy and some nice cars over by the American Legion.    The Snyders put on a good show with around 70 cars. Hard to do on a holiday weekend but take a look:

 

Roger Blume from Goodland got the old trusty Camaro out for a drive. Looking and running good, the car not Blume the "Undertaker".

Here are a few things at the show everybody with good sense would want.

I got a sudden hankering for grills or front ends,  looky.

Yes, REX I moved your signs before I took this picture.  But I put them back.  More grills and assorted follow.

 

Hummmmm?  I might be confused but there may bea picture out of place, not even from this place.  See if you can figure it out. As a hint for some of the good old boys in the audience, remember Trenton 2 years ago?   I saved this one for posterity, acutally lost it for a couple of years.   For those of you still struggling (Jack and Randy) the picture is a little smaller than the others.  Sometimes I misspell grills. Oh Good Heavens it is the one without a grill or front end in it.  Get it yet????

I will be at Bonnie's Show in Eads, Colorado this next next weekend.  Come see me and Bonnie's Mercurys.  

On August 19 and 20, 2017, Scott Hosted 161 registered cars.  The partk was full of cars and people just looking.  This was the 38th annual show in Scott City, Kansas.  There was too much going on to document it all but I will make some attempt.

Johnnie Maupin's 56 Caddy would be a good start.

Bonnie Morgan's Mercury is on the road after many years.  Good Job RIck!

Shorty Lawrence has stewed and waited and thought for years and finally pulled the trigger and found him a trophy winner.  Happy cruisin.....

The Gill brothers made their usual good showing.

If you are a 50's fan you should have been at Scott City, Kansas.

Another 50's but built by the guy who built my 37 Chevy in 1992. Meet Don Eikenberry's newest build. And yes there was some new stuff!

Do you see MG's and Pantera's at small town cars shows?

We had some wildlife in the park.

We announced a new HORSES ASS.   I hope you agree that Mark vonLeonrod qualifies.

Behind those guys was the the biggest vote getter, PARTICIPANT'S CHIOCE,  Dennis Frick's 34 Ford, sorry for getting in your way Dennis.  Next I found several participants that were willing to take their top down.

Opps. almost missed this one.

 

 I have decided I am done.  Almost as much work as the show.   Thanks to MARK FOUQUET for the pix.

  Opps One more Picture, MY granddaughter Brook Hewitt.

She be the Newest Rodder in the Park.

SEE YOU IN NESS CITY, KANSAS ON SEPTEMBER 1, 2017.    THE SNYDERS WILL PUT ON A GOOD ONE YOU SHOULD NOT MISS.  

2017 LaCrosse, Ks

Jul 19, 2017

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