Although I post images on my website of all the car shows we go to, sometimes I send extended coverage to HOT ROD HOT LINE. To visit their website, click on their logo above or to go directly to our images, go to hotrodhotline.com/leal-brothers.
Still posting images from our last two months of "Cruise Nights". Check out our "RODDING" page for "TRUCK" images from our visits on Friday Nights to Pearland and Pasadena and our visits to Kemah on Saturday. More to come!
Showplace Classics (Home of the Bayou Cup Series) held their annual "Toy Drive" at the Bombshell's just two miles down the road here in Pearland.
Below are images from the December Edition of the Houston Coffee & Cars event. As you can see on the show poster on the left and my posted images, it was Ferrari Day (+Toy Drive). Lots more to come.
"BEST OF SHOW" Winners / Houston Autorama
Mike & Pat Markin / 1938 Graham 97 / Eau Claire, WI
Bobby & Carolyn Buttram / 1957 Oldsmobile Wagon / Jerrell, TX
Mike Barcia / 1996 Chevy C3500 Dually / Wesley Chapel, FL
BEST STREET MACHINE / COMPETITION
Loy McDonald / 1954 Chevy Pickup / Weatherford, TX
Janice Sutherland & Larry Snow / 1970 Plymouth Super Bird / Red Bluff, CA
Robert Trevino / 2006 Harley Davidson Road King / Abilene, TX
My "favorite" vehicles (below) from three recent events. The roadster was at the December Houston Coffee & Cars, the Camaro was at a Showplace Classics event at the Bombshell's in Pearland on the same day and the wild dually pickup was on display at the Houston Autorama Thanksgiving weekend.
Can't post car show images (indoor or out) from down here in Texas without posting "TRUCK" images from the event. Below are "TRUCK" images taken at the Houston Autorama Thanksgiving weekend.
When the Niftee 50ees Saturday Night Cruise In was just north of Houston in Spring, it was our go-to Saturday night event. Two years ago they relocated a little further north to The Woodlands and we kind of "drifted" to Kemah for their Saturday Night Cruise. It was more a location issue than distance. This coming Saturday (12/14) is their final gathering of the year with a couple
of changes. Due to the recent time change, the event will begin at 4:00 instead of 6:00 and the vehicle cut-off will be 1994 instead of 1974.....more cars; more daylight. The weather looks good so we'll probably swing by to check it out.
* DON'T LET AGE CHANGE YOU; CHANGE THE WAY YOU AGE. *