Pictures For A Saturday

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then this will be a really long post. Highline Autos hosts a local Cars and Coffee event, usually held the first Saturday of the month, but since last Saturday was New Year’s Day the event was held today. I will show just a fraction of the photos that my wonderful wife and I snapped. Without further ado:



As most readers know I am a fan of the current generation NSX, which sadly will be discontinued after the 2022 model year, but I also like the previous generation that was built from 1990 to 2005.



I just love the exterior color of this 1950 Mercury restomod.



This Ferrari 330 GTC was probably my favorite car at the event.



Hope you enjoyed the photos.





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10 thoughts on “Pictures For A Saturday

  1. I’m looking forward to getting back to my automotive interests this year, eventually. Last year was pretty much a washout for me. Between the Kung Flu, my health problems, then later in the year my dad’s health problems, I pretty much lost the whole year. I will admit that starting to go thru my dad’s estate, and the items he “collected”, has given me a bit of an eye opener. I have come to the conclusion that if I were to shuffle off this mortal coil sooner rather than later, someone would have a monumental task facing them to clear out MY collection, So to save someone’s sanity, I have decided to “cull the herd”. I like the vehicles I own, but as the time seems to be FLYING by as I age, I realize I will never get to finish, and enjoy, all of them.Therefore I have already sent out “feelers” to see if any of my many friends and acquaintances would like to have some of them, even though I expect to lose my butt on some of them. I think I will probably try to get down to 5 cars/trucks and 2-3 motorcycles by the end of the year. That will give me the opportunity to enjoy what I have more often, as opposed to always working on them. With my looming retirement, I look forward to traveling, in the vehicle of my choice, to various parts of the country I have enjoyed in the past.

    As to what to do with the tools and equipment in my shops, that will be harder to give up. But a decision will have to be made on that also, it will just take some planning. (Growing old sucks, would NOT recommend) 😦


    1. Yes, DDM, growing older is often not pleasant, but I’d like to think it beats the alternative. Sorry your year was so difficult; I can definitely relate. Best of luck in culling the herd.


    1. Neither, Philip. The show is held in a relatively new retail and residential area called High Street, which is near the Desert Ridge area. It is located in Phoenix, but is nowhere near downtown.


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