The Vizcaya Village Car Show on Sunday, February 13, went off despite the weather. A cold front was moving across the state with the threat — more like a promise — of rain all morning. Even with the conditions not looking good, eight cars showed up and endured a steady rain from about 9:00 to 10:30 before everyone agreed to call it a day. As you will see in the photos below, it was mostly the older cars in the club showed up. It was a show for cars manufactured 1968 and older. The 1988 Pontiac 6000 Safari belonging to Philip Williams is the club’s show materials transport – signs, chairs, registration information and the much-needed tent. Millie and Manny Garcia showed up with café con leche and various Cuban delights for the show participants. Thanks to all who brought their cars out and to Bob Squier and to Jean and Maurice Hawa who helped the show chairman Ira Shapiro make the best of a wet and gray day.
Photos by Jean Hawa and Tomas Mettler