On Labor Day I went to Nashville for a car show. But this was no ordinary car show. This was a museum exhibit featuring some of the most amazing and rarest antique cars in history. No cameras were allowed, so I'm going to pull as many photos from the internet as I can and show them to you.
While I was at the show, or exhibition, I ran into Joe from Spike TV's show, Trucks! I talked to him for a few minutes to find out if Powerblock was going to do anything relating to the car show. He said they weren't. He was just there on his own like everyone else. But he did recommend someone in Nashville to do some work for me on my Chevelle. And he seemed like a pretty cool guy, so that was a bonus.
After the car exhibit, I left and went to eat at the WildHorse Saloon. It's a place that you have to experience to understand. I don't know how to explain it. It's huge inside, 3 stories, with a dance floor and a stage. While I was eating, some guy with a microphone came out and got people out on the floor to line dance. Then a country musician named Larry Frick and his band came out and started to play. Larry Frick looked exactly like the elf from Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer who dreamed of being a dentist. He was a giant cowboy hat, big ears, a nose, and a skinny body. You shouldn't really see his face much under the hat. But he was talented and he was funny, which is important if you're going to be the main act at a Nashville joint, especially if you're in downtown Nashville anywhere near Broadway. The WildHorse is on 2nd street, right off Broadway. Standing on the corner of 2nd and Broadway you can look across the river and see the Tennessee Titans stadium. If it's Sunday then they'll usually be in the stadium playing.
OK, so anyway, getting down to business, these are a few of the cars (and motorcycles) that I saw in person: