Due solely to sloth on my part, I showed up to Lafayette’s Father’s Day Motorama 5 1/2 hours late. Though a lot of the cars on display had already left, what remained were still amazing. I sincerely hope that you agree.
This exquisite Ghibli made the 2 1/2 hour trek up here from Carmel. The car show is a fundraiser for the local rotary club and for $10 I could have ridden in this Mazer around town after the show. In retrospect, I regret not making the $10 donation.
The Ghibli brought a sibling to the show.
From behind, this Sebring looked like a Lancia.
And the outline is reminiscent of an Aston DB5, no?
This MG Midget looks very fluid without a big windscreen.
For all you longroof fans, this Morris Minor 1000 Traveller stole the show. It is a little beat up but the owner assures me it’s served as a grocery hauler for decades. The LHD model was sold new at a now-defunct local dealer.
This Lotus Esprit often participates in the local shows. But this is the first time its engine bay has been exposed.
In a world of a-million-and-one Lotus Seven kits, it’s great to see an original.
You Two Wheel Tuesday aficionados can probably fill us in on this motorcycle, a Spanish-built OSSA Pioneer Enduro.