My friend and fellow car nut, Jayson Coombes, recently attended a most excellent show put on by the Park Cities Historic and Preservation Society.
The most recent soiree was held April 27th in University Park, Texas. And he went wild taking lots and lots and lots of photos. So many in fact, that there will probably be more posts on this in the future, including a full writeup on what had to have been the rarest car in the show, and as seen in the top picture on this post: a Facel Vega Excellence.
Since this is just a virtual tour, it’s going to be heavy on the photographs and light on the text. Enjoy!
1947 Cadillac Series 62 convertible coupe.
1947 Lincoln Continental coupe.
1934 Chrysler Airflow.
1937 Rolls Royce Phantom III.
Rolls Royce Silver Clouds, with a 1991 Silver Spur II and the Phantom III in the background.
1930 Rolls Royce St. Andrews Sedanca de Ville Phantom I.
1932 Reo Royale 8-35 R/S Coupe. This one is gorgeous!
1932 Packard Roadster.
Saved the best for last with that Packard, ha ha! Next time: More modern fare. And Broughams. So stay tuned. Special thanks to Jayson, who braved the heat and humidity to take these most excellent pictures!