The 42nd Annual Street Rod Nationals East were held in York PA June 5, 6 & 7 and of course, I was more than happy to drop in to see some of the estimated 4000 vehicles roaming and parked within the York Fairgrounds. If you like muscle cars, hot rods and customs, this was the event to attend for those in the Mid-Atlantic Region.
Today we share a few photos of those custom old school cars I've collected over time. The photos in this post were taken in the small town of Maryland Line, on the border of southern Pennsylvania, a mere 40 minutes from downtown Baltimore.
In 1969 the Chrysler Corporation produced it's first Plymouth Duster, which was a compact-sized sports version of the Valiant. This was during the height of the "muscle Car" era, a time when cars with 360 to 426 horsepower engines could be purchased right off of the showroom floor ...
Popular among hot-rodders and collectors, the 1940 Ford Coupe remains an automotive machine of beauty, no matter how it's been customized. The sleek lines of yesteryear combined with the muscle car engines that generate power in the 400 hp range make these cars super-awesome.