When we hear the words, Saint Patrick’s Day, we imagine the color green. It is a festive day where clovers, leprechauns, and good luck reign supreme. The origins of Saint Patrick’s Day, or
There is something about classic cars that seem really suave and cool. Besides having unique shapes and sizes, they bring forth a historic significance, a sort of time capsule of what life was like in the past.
Fancy and daring colors were a trend for a while, especially in the 60’s and 70’s. It wasn’t until the 2000’s when people started going “safe” or even “boring” with their car’s color of choice. Choosing white, black, and gray was and are the most common choices. Some say it could be due to the age of technology, especially the influence of mobile devices (i.e. Iphones, at a time, produced only white or silver tones). This trend assimilated to peoples’ choice of car colors, assuming it looked more expensive and classy.
Regardless of the fact, some of us can still remember our parents’ cars in the driveway, with its interesting shape, curve and color, and can bring a smile to our faces when we reminisce about them.
Here in Gunnison, to pay tribute to these fabulous automobiles, the 32th annual Gunnison Car Show will be held on August 17th at 7 am. This free event will feature a variety of cars with historical interest that have been added as collector’s items and worthy to be preserved and restored. Typically, cars 20 years and older fall under the category of classic cars.
This family friendly event will be at Jorgensen Park, organized by the Gunnison Car Club. Classic car enthusiasts and car collectors are sure to enjoy this fun and wholesome event. For this year, it is said the event will showcase pre-30s hot rods to modern day sports cars. There sure are to be hundreds of neat cars to be featured for everyone’s amusement.
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