The venue today is the great Shelton (CT) Historical Society. This is a nice homestead museum, with an 1800s farm house, a barn red barn full of artifacts, and large old trees.
So, the vehicles are arranged in the warmer June sun and cooler leafy shade. Ideal for walking and rolling...
This restoration is beautiful, preserving the original and now antique bodywork. The changes are unseen and underneath.
A modern engine, suspension and brakes are great upgrades. So the classic blend of geometric upright lines is contrasted with the arcs and curves of the old fenders. And given the choice of the bold ruby hue, the subject for this week’s post is now set...
The trailer and finely crafted woodwork on the truck and trailer are outstanding, the lettering exquisite and the chrome shinier than the finest polished mirror are beautiful detailing.
The look of love exists in this truck. People that own and show old cars are friendly and enjoy showing off their prized restorations. So, a fun day was had by the both of us (no kids on Father’s Day, as Allegra was working and Cameron at college).
Have fun with ruby reds at Mary’s fun meme!