However you might feel about cars as transportation, you’d have been hard pressed to keep your jaw from scraping the pavement at yesterday’s Good Times Car Show in Old Colorado City. Muscle cars (among other collector’s varieties we’re not qualified to name and elevated to what can only be described as art) lined the streets. Shiny, shiny and more shiny, these were fine to photograph. Please enjoy this slideshow and you can see even more photos by Eugatnom at our Flickr Photo Pool.

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One Response to Fabulous Muscles

  1. Kit says:

    Thanks, Tony!

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