February 19, 2011

Glitz and Glam

1929 L-29 Cord Brougham.

The Geezer rushed home from his last wreck through a torrential downpour past only a couple of wrecks to don black and leather. I was wearing black and bling. What fun.

We were so lucky to sit with the owner of the Cord and his wife plus the owner of many Packard’s….none in this show. The food was so outstanding that I went back for seconds plus two of the tiny but very rich desserts. The great Captain Poolie joined us for a short while as did a couple of the board members. We talked and listened and talked until there was a moment we looked up to find the museum almost empty.

1941 Lincoln Continental V12 Coupe.


  1. I'm sure it was a marvelous display. Board members should be very appreciative of Poolie's hard work. Her staff is equally dedicated and it shows.

  2. Wow!!! I love old cars and it looks like these were gems. The wonderful food was a bonus!!!!! I'm so glad you had fun.

  3. Looks like a great way to spend a few hours.

  4. What a fun party, and no dry chicken dinner ;-) Those cars are the best, great photos.

  5. Love vintage cars--awesome photos--

  6. You caught me eating again! Naughty! I thought the party was a blast and a half! Tons of fun. Always nice to see you there, my dear.

  7. What an interesting occasion! Love the cars.


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