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Scenes from the Greenwood Car Show

June 26th, 2010 · No Comments

Here’s some video of the Greenwood Car Show attended by thousands of people today. We’ve also got some photos posted below.

The show went until 4 p.m. and was expected to draw roughly 20,000 people to the neighborhood.

Cars ranged from highly polished vehicles you’d see in a ZZ Top video…

…to this rusty roadster.

For those looking for something different, there were buses,

and Greyhounds of a different stripe from Royal Hounds Greyhound Adoption.

Many parents gave their kids a break from the walking in the Kids Zone.

This car came from the Tacoma-based LeMay Car Museum collection.

Here’s a 1950 Mercury named Louie Louie.

We didn’t get the name of this one, but the flames sure were eye-catching.

We thought it was kind of appropriate to see a green Woody in Greenwood:

Cars ranged from rusty oldsters to this futuristic one:

This 1913 Cadillac Phaeton drew lots of looks.



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