Plenty of Cars to See at Target Cruise in Nashua

Well the weather cleared, the sun was out, and thus I went home a tad early from work to pick up the Vette and wash her up to show her at her best For Friday night at the Target Cruise in Nashua. 

Quite a few Vettes turned up as observed my Mick, who runs Murphy’s Cruise up in Bedford NH.  He was feeling a bit outnumbered at first with His Yellow Darla that looks so sweet in the late evening sun. But – as per usual you never know what you’ll see at Target.

A Reminder: Don’t Touch!

Mick introduced me to a friend of his. Now, I gotta say Mick and his buddy are kind of on the extremes side of “taking care of their machines. But I can’t really blame them. But we discussed that rule 1 of my “Unwritten Rules for Attending a Car Show.” seemed to be being blatantly ignored of late.  I had one woman who was very polite enough to ask if she could take a picture of my Car, (That’s rare by the way…) and I let her with no issues. But I did have a problem with the family who decided it was okay to drape themselves on Cars and pose for their cameras. They could have learned quite a bit from the polite lady who asked, and did not put a single item of her clothing on my car to get a picture of my interior…  

From A-Z (Well not Quite.) a bizarre mix of Cars:

From an Arial Atom:

 

 

 

 

 

Many Corvettes:
   

An old MG:

 

 

 

 

 

A pair of Buick Rivieras:

 

 

 

 

 

A Transformer? No, I mean, a Camaro…
 

And of course a Dog on an Oldsmobile…. Wait what? yeah, you heard me, a Dog on top of an Oldsomobile… 
 

Like I said, You never know what you’ll see at Target Cruise night:

 

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Joel Chappell

Joel Chappell

Joel Chappell or MrJoelieC (Pronounced: Mister-Joe-Lee-See) is an amateur web designer. He uses commercial off the shelf, and Free GNU General Public license, software to make his websites. Using these technologies with his limited grasp of HTML, PHP, and even more amateur use of Paintshop Pro Joel he has created a few websites, and because of his passion for cars and car shows he created this one – the one you are on now.

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