What an incredible turnout for Hot Nites in the City 2021! There were more cars than expected and the crowds couldn’t have been any bigger, I am sure. Impossible to always get a good photo with so many people but I’m not complaining. Even the weather could not have been any better. The temperature was comfortable with cloudy skies then the sun came out and made the day even better.
With over 470 vehicles on display, it is impossible to share them all here. If you were not one of the lucky ones to have been able to attend, I will try to give you a variety of what was there.
I don’t claim to know a lot about these cars, trucks or buses so no technical info, just enjoy the beauty of them, although some don’t quite fit that description. This school bus definitely is interesting and done with humor but a beauty it is not.
Back in the day….. Keith owned a ’57 Chevy very much like this one when he was a member of the Kamloops Pacer Club. Brings back old memories, for sure. We aren’t seeing as many of those members as we used to see with their cars in this show but we did see a couple of them.
One very familiar couple is Helen and Fred who also go back to the Pacer Club days, known by many of us Kamloopsians. They are still bringing their cars for us to see and enjoy. The pretty blue one is Helen’s.
This color seems to be a very popular one this year. I’ve checked back to see if the blue and turquoise were in the car show over the years but it appears that there was only one other to be found on one of my past blogs.
We’ve not gone to all of the Hot Nites in the past but have been to several and some of those are on my We-Love-Kamloops blog in 2010, 2012 and 2014. I decided it was time for a new one. Just click on each of the ‘years’ if you wish to see the other ones.
This is the back seat of a bouncing truck that had some great music blaring out of the speakers shown here. Not sure how easy it would be to sit inside with volume up to justify the size of those speakers or to sit on the seats above them.
There is just no place like home!
I had my photo taken inside the black&red Ford when Kevin Anderson owned it on my way to NorKam grad 60 reunion. Salty.ReplyDelete
You did a great job with the pictures and blog. We forgot it was on but you brought it to us, thanks.ReplyDelete