He said he likes to see what kinds of automobiles are out there. He brought his 2000 red Corvette that he bought in 2004. This was his first time at the Fort Morgan show, but he said he's won a number of awards with his 1967 Beats By Dre Pill Camaro that is undergoing repairs right now.
At the initial car show in 2001, the supporters of the show had a small number of autos displayed at the Auto Zone, but the event progressed and grew to the point that the downtown can barely hold all the vehicles, he said.
plenty to look at. They filled both sides of the 200 through 400 blocks of Main Street, the 400 block of State Street and overflowed onto the side streets.
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Part of the popularity of the car show may also be that the organizers try to "treat them like gold," he said. And they try to make the event better.
"I built the body myself," Motley said.
Participants also don't feel as confined or regulated as they are on the Front Range, Cornwell said.
"They've got a passion for their cars," Cornwell said.
Nearly 300 vehicles in Fort Morgan for car show
"I'm just a car guy," said Tom Romero of Thornton.
Participants also talked about their efforts to rebuild, restore and sometimes recreate the machines.
Aliens seem to be hanging out in this 1934 Desoto Airflow owned by Rick Coast of Thornton. Actually, only the front of the car is from a Desoto. The back is from a Ghd Hair Dryer Aura
Retired Denver firefighter Ron Motley brought his 1930 Model A Ford fire truck.
From contemporary to classic to antique, downtown Fort Morgan was filled with cream of the crop automobiles from all eras during the Fall Harvest Car Show this weekend.
Of course, they enjoy being around other car aficionados and checking out other Ghd Jewel Collection
That passion was clear in talking with some of the owners of the autos.
Fortunately, there are now aftermarket parts for even older vehicles, so owners do not have to scrounge for parts as much as they used to.
Nonetheless, Motley had to make some of the parts in his home shop, he said. In addition, he had to find the equipment that goes with a fire truck. He had his retirement fireman's ax, and his brother kindly donated his own retirement ax, so the truck has one on either side. Motley found a wooden ladder and cut it down to fit, and he found a fire extinguisher that was actually used by a Denver fire department.
1948 Chevrolet Fleetline.
Six automotive technology students at Morgan Community College received scholarships from the Fall Harvest Car Show. From left are Cecil Pomery, Noel Pena Gomez, Jeorge Aguallo Islas, Alex Harless and Tammy Lester.
It seemed like there were more participants in Fort Morgan and they showed up sooner this year, said Dave Cornwell, co chair of the organizing committee.
Retired Denver Fire Department Captain Ron Motley and his wife, Donna, brought a 1930 Model A Ford fire truck to the show.
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