Cruzin to Colby, or Everett Knows How to Do a Car Show

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As I mentioned a previous post, I was fortunate enough to attend the Cruzin’ to Colby car show & cruise on Monday. Located on Colby Avenue in downtown Everett, WA, this event proved to be more than I could have imagined. Take the jump to see what I mean.

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You can see that the event stretched for several blocks, and more behind me as I took this picture. As I mentioned before, registration for the event was limited to the first 400 vehicles. I can vouch for that number; I was almost overwhelmed with both the number of cars and the crowd. It was a big success, I think, for both the city and Seattle Rod-Tiques.

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I believe this is a 1982 AMC Eagle SX/4. I saw these a lot as a kid, and would love to own a 5-speed version someday.

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Nova.

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1969 AMC AMX, anyone?

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A little something for the chief blooger.

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One of my favorite cars at the show was this 1918 Ford Model T. It has been updated in a few significant ways – can you spot them?

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I like this little brown Hudson. Don’t see many of these on the road. The subtle air scoop is a nice touch.

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You know I always love an old pickup, and this is no exception. This 1953 Chevrolet 3100 looks great in green.

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Another uncommon car – a 1951 Kaiser Deluxe. Classy.

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Help me out here, guys – 1977 Ford Maverick coupe?

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Giant 1959 Chevrolet Impala is giant.

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I don’t particularly care for the wheels and tires on this 1969 Dodge Charger R/T, but they aren’t bad at all.

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You guys will instantly recognize this 1970 Plymouth Superbird. Is it an original? The build sheet seems to indicate that, although you can never be sure.

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A 1949 Ford F-1 always looks great, even slightly modified with wide wheels and tires. That 1968 model behind it isn’t too bad, either.

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This 1978 Lincoln Continental is just awesome. The epitome of late 70’s excessive luxury.

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Most appropriately named towing company . . . ever?

This is just a sampling of the hundreds of cars that were on display in downtown Everett. I don’t often go to Everett on purpose, but this past weekend, I’m really glad I did. I hope you enjoy some of these cars. Let me hear from you in the comments.

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