We had less than the best weather for the annual “Cops Who Care” and “Remember When Cruise Association” Toyz for Totz Car Show Event. Still, we got up and out to the Civic Center to drop off our unwrapped toys for the local Christmas presents to the under privileged kids. The weather was drizzly and like a wet fog more than rain, but we wore our foul weather gear and attended the show in spite of the conditions.
Normally, the cars that would show up for this event would be nearly overwhelming, but the funky weather seemed to keep about 90% of the usual attendees home. I guess I can’t blame them. I’m sure that their toys for the admission to the show will make it to the Cops in time for the Holiday toy distribution.
Meanwhile, Damsel and I were able to see a few of the classics that did show up today:
There were a lot more than these above. but not as many as would have been had the weather cooperated. Click on the images above to enlarge.
The Studebaker looks to be a 1953 Commander Starlight Coupe. The ’67 LeMans is a sweet car. Wonder what enigine was in it.
The Owner of the Pontiac did not have the hood open. I looked at engine options and found this:
According to my best knowledge the ’67 Tempest LeMans was available with:
400/360 HP Ram Air V8 Engine
428/360 HP 4bbl V8 Engine
428h.o./376hp 4bbl V8 Engine
230/265HP Inline 6 Engine
Tempest 326/250 HP V8 Engine (<- the default engine)