There was room to camp right next to the show. If you were camping, you could look across this driveway and see your car on the showfield. This is a very nice shady FREE camping area. I was surprised to see the Norwalk groundskeeping staff patrolling frequently. They knew how to keep a place looking nice for the guests. They often emptied all the trash bins and checked on the porta-potties. They even made the rounds at night to make sure that all the visitors in the campground had their admission wristbands on. The event turned out to be safe and fun.|
CLICK-> Here's my Cameo White 1968 GTO and a brand new borrowed tent. This picture was taken on the last day of the show, Sunday. I left the tent up until the end of the day Sunday. I didn't really want to leave this fun event...
CLICK-> This 1968 LeMans convertible for sale at this August, 2004 show. It was spotted in the car corral. The sign inside said, "For Sale, Call my Cell 440-725-0519. Original numbers matching motor, 4 speed, tilt wheel, gauges, console, top works great, 36000 miles, and $11,900" I wonder if it was sold at the show?
CLICK-> Red 1968 LeMans convertible, rear end view. The owner asked me, "You have any questions?" I answered, "Nope, just taking pictures." Sorry to let him down. But maybe someone will see this low mileage car on this website and buy it?
CLICK-> On a 1968 LeMans, the emblem is on the rear fender.
CLICK-> Awesome 1968 GTO dragcar! It says HARWOOD on the scoop.
CLICK-> Blue 1968 GTO drag car, right rear view. The rear bumper is also painted blue. Those are some serious meats on the rear! It dialed in at 9.74 seconds in the quarter mile!
CLICK-> The stripes caught my eye. This red 1968 GTO hardtop has lots of silver accents on it. The Rally II wheels are even painted red and silver.
CLICK-> Looking down the left side of this red 1968 GTO hardtop. This one has a set of interesting silver stripes.
CLICK-> The silver stripes go over the rear window.
CLICK-> Take a look at this 1968 GTO drag car. It's got massive rear tires, wheelie bars, a parachute, and a hood scoop that's almost as tall as the roof.
CLICK-> This orange 1968 GTO had a special flame paint job. It was hard to get this photo. Everyone who spotted this car had to walk up and get a closer look at the fender.
CLICK-> Even the GTO name on the rear fender was flamed. This is such a cool idea. Now that you've seen this, will you be copying it?
CLICK-> Single-owner 1968 GTO hardtop. It's owned by Stan Ubben from Illinois.
CLICK-> Here's some more information on Stan's Car. It's got a 400 HO engine.
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