Posted 3 years ago
I was recently asked why there were so few of the older autos (older than 1950s) at all the cars shows I go to. It is an excellent question. Most of the cars are 1950s-1960s. From the few car shows I have seen very few are pre WWII. And fewer are pre 1930. Out of about 800 cars I found about 4 in the antique auto category. Not sure about the truck.
#1 is a 1929 Model A I believe.
#2 is a 1926 Chrysler Town and Country
#3 a 1930s For truck I think.
Wrapping it up with a 1920s Model T and a 1924 Buick if I recall correctly.
Perhaps if I go to one of the Concours I will see more of the brass age cars.