The second part of the car show season was punctuated by a number of cold and rainy weekends but like the Scranton Morning Republican newspaper said about the United States’ 100th birthday party back in 1876 – “the show must go on”.
There were good days like this one in July.
And bad ones like this one in July.
The crowds came out to see classic Mopar iron like this in August.
And they even came out in September when the show was on the verge of snow.
Take a look at more car shows from a cold and wet summer—the show did go on.
By: Jerry Sutherland
Jerry Sutherland is a veteran automotive writer with a primary focus on the collector car hobby. His work has been published in many outlets and publications, including the National Post, Calgary Herald, Edmonton Journal, Ottawa Citizen, Montreal Gazette, Saskatoon StarPhoenix, Regina Leader-Post, Vancouver Sun and The Truth About Cars. He is also a regular contributor to Auto Roundup Publications.
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