Damsel and I attended the 29th Annual Wickenburg Fly-in and Classic Car Show at the local airport. We have gone to this event just about every year since we moved here 13 years ago. This one, in spite of not much sunshine and under mostly cloudy skies, was the largest we have seen to date in fly-in aircraft, classic cars and attendees. We had traffic jams both coming in and going out of the airport.
Since the show was an order of magnitude bigger this year, we only can post a few highlights here. Below are some photos of a few of the classic cars . . .
1958 Chevrolet Convertible w/Continental Kit:
1955 Hudson(!) Metropolitan:
There were hundreds more.
And for the aviation part of the show (again just a small sample) . . .
Classic Stearman biplane (Boeing) with Continental seven cylinder radial engine:
An Army Blackhawk Helicopter flew in:
And, finally, a MTOSPORT Gyroplane:
That’s it for this post. There were so many great classic cars and aircraft that we took photos of and may post about some of those later.