Thursday, November 5, 2015

Classic Auto Exhibit

  
 
Agent 54 here again.  I went to Laughlin Nevada on a short Vacation and took  pictures of the Classic Cars displayed in Don Laughlin’s Riverside Resort Hotel & Casino.  These are some of my favorites.
  

I love the face of this 1957 Plymouth Fury.  This car was huge and had a Gold colored grill way before Rap Artists made them popular.















  I just love the lines on this old Graham.  It was Halloween season and that's a big spider on the hood.









  

This picture shows an old Speedster that has no doors.  It was on a rotating display rack.  I love the thick leather collar around the cockpit












 I attempted to show the layout of the room and give you an idea of how much was there to see. These three Pictures don't do it justice. 










These guys were having a great time showing off their cars. 





 I'd recommend stopping by Don Laughlin’s Riverside Resort Hotel & Casino and visiting the Classic Car Exhibit when you're in town. 









Love the Roadrunner on this old racer.


61 comments:

  1. I would have loved to see all these old cars. We have car shows here and some are very good. People spend a lot of time and money keeping their old cars pristine.

    Have a fabulous day. ☺

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    1. Thank you. The pictures don't do them justice. They're really great in person.

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  2. Great photos! This place reminds me of the Wisconsin Auto Museum. I have a post with photos on my blog if you want to check it out: http://www.midwesterncitygirl.blogspot.com/2012/05/road-trip-wisconsin-auto-museum.html

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  3. Dear Timothy,
    My english is not so good, but doing my best.
    What a beautiful vintage cars, they are kept as a jewel, here in Belgium, sometimes we have hits with such cars.
    Super.
    Have a nice evening my friend.
    Meintje

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  4. What I really want to see is a vintage white Mustang with silver hexagram rims.

    Hey

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  5. *Hey Agent 54, is Google's Secret Service curfew now in effect? My contacts unexpectedly went off the grid...

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    1. Something is going on. When I find out what, I'll let you know.

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  6. My guess is that Google has either cloned POTUS, or has an RFID chip in his nervous system and is manipulating him. Meanwhile, we will continue to see dead men walking and rearing their ugly heads. Be on the look out for Superman flying into Zion to receive his many crowns.

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  7. On a different note, the Prince of the rulers of the earth let me know that the candidate with great hair has chickened out, and the dead man might be crowned king of Babylon. Perhaps Adolf might want me, Daniel's SON OF MAN, to go explain to him the writing on the wall before I smoke some weed in the White House and take back the Kingdom.

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  8. Very cool. I know it was nice to see these classics.

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  9. Some gorgeous cars here! It looks like a really big place too.

    Thanks so much for sharing over at #FridayFrivolity :)

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  10. Everyone is loving the photos but for some reason they are not opening for me. I love vintage cars.
    Kathleen

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  11. The photos just loaded. Awesome, thanks.

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  12. There is something quite magical about old cars, but the shinyness in these photos... WOW!

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  13. I love visiting car museums. However, now that I am older the cars of my youth like the 1968 Mustang are in the museums. What does that say about me!

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    1. It says we are a lot alike. Thanks for visiting and commenting.

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  14. Very cool pics. Thanks for sharing. Car museums are great.

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    1. Glad you enjoyed the pics. Thanks for visiting. Come back early and often.

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  15. What a fab car show, the Plymouth fury looks incredible. #DreamTeam

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  16. I love that speedster!
    Thanks for linking up at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2017/08/lucky-shot.html

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  17. What a great opportunity to visit to see all these wonderful vintage cars!!

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  18. I love to look at classic cars like these. They really had style and class back in the day!
    Thanks for linking up at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2018/01/a-few-feathery-visitors.html

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  19. Why can't today's cars have that kind of style. Thanks for viewing.

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  20. Hubster and I love going to car museums! The one is Hershey, PA was one of our favorites so far. We're vacationing in NV later this year, I'm going to see if we can check this one out. #DreamTeam

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    1. There's a great Automobile museum in Reno Nevada too. Thanks for visiting.

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  21. Thanks for sharing your visit. If you are ever in New England you should check out Collings Foundsations collection.

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  22. Well two years on and these vintage cars are still awesome so let's feature them on the next Blogger's Pit Stop.
    Kathleen

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  23. There's something really attractive about vintage cars. They look too good.

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  24. Thank you so much for allowing me to share.

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  25. My husband loves classic cars. He would have loved this exhibit! Thanks for sharing with us at The Blogger's Pit Stop! Roseann from This Autoimmune Life

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    1. Where I live there are lots of Model A Fords that have been restored. Check out my post from 12/1/2015. Thanks for visiting.

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  26. I love old cars! They're so pretty and these photos are great! Visiting today from Steve's blog, BeThere2Day. You're welcome to come link up on Amanda's Books and More.

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  27. My husband would love this car show - he has a 1950 (something) pickup in our garage. He used to drive it but it hasn't been out for a while! Thanks for sharing with us at The Blogger's Pit Stop!

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  28. My dad had a Fury in the 1970's....brought back memories! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm.

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  29. I'm definitely old enough to recognize some of the cars. That's back when they each had their own personality :)

    It's great to see your post on 'My Corner of the World' this week!

    My Corner of the World

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  30. Great photos! I love classic cars. Thanks for sharing at the #stylewithasmile link up!

    Emma
    www.style-splash.com

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  32. Beautiful old cars! Me and the husband used to go to classic car shows now and then before we had our son. We don't get as many Amercian classics at the European shows, although of course there are always a few. I remember seing lots of lovely Mustangs, for example. My favourites are old Jaguars though. And as I'm originally Swedish, I have a bit of soft spot for the old Volvo models, like the P1800, the 1500, and the Amazon (esp from 1958).
    Thanks so much for linking up with #KCACOLS, I hope you'll join in again next time! x

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  33. Thanks for sharing these beautiful cars with us at The Blogger's Pit Stop!

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  34. Thanks for taking the time to share this wonderful post with us. It was great to see these classics and makes me want to plan an outing this year. Have a wonderful rest of your day.
    Greg Prosmushkin

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