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58Bonne's 1958 Bonneville

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    • I think the crowd was much bigger on Saturday. It was really overcast on Sunday and the threat of rain lingered all day long. I suspect a lot of people left if they weren't picked for an award in order to get home before the serious rain hit unless they lived close by. That's my guess anyway.
    • Wow...  Lacking in attendance!!   They should have closed off the back 3/4 and saved spectators all the walking.  Amazing cars that did make the show.  As always thankz for sharing. ESP the Sunbird.
    • wow sooo many cool cars !!! but this is my fav !!! plumb crazy 59 !!!! hmmm wonder what my girl would look good in purple !!!
    • Wow! Crazy unique and great looking cars there! Looks like a great time.   Just hope the real version of this doesn’t happen with that exposed drive shaft 😬
    • Here's some more from Frankenmuth..... Got a supercharged LT-4 in your daddy's Oldsmobile? I think this guy is compensating for something.....watcha you think? A real '71 GT-37.....bench seat and a stick shift!!!! I wasn't able to talk to owner to find out what he had under the hood. My guess is a 400 but there was no badging to know. Every year I see a handful of these cars running in and out of the nearby Cass Rivers. They are like little duckies in the bath tub.....amphibicars! A Nash convertible! Here is a unique '69 GTO Judge convertible - from Ohio - it is an original Crystal Turquoise car. I know this is a rare color for '69. The owner claims that the previous owner told him that less than 60 '69 GTOs were made with this color (not sure I believe that statistic). It being a Judge and a convertible....makes you wonder how unique this car could be. Definitely a gorgeous car in better sunlight. The picture does not do this color justice.
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