Car shows bring out all ages, makes, and models of vehicles. Those who attend love the colors of cars (that’s me) to those experts who know the ins and outs of the mechanics of cars (that’s Hunter).
You might recall we attended the 2019 Encanterra Car show in Arizona last year. We were very lucky to get to attend their 2nd annual car show this March. The weather was sunny and warm with a slight breeze. The convertible cars had their roof off. It was a beautiful day to be out walking around.
Hunter was very patient with my car questions. Me, “Why are some of the hoods up?” Hunter, “To see admire the engines.” I said, “Don’t all cars have engines.” Hunter chuckled and we moved along.
Thank you, Chuck, for bringing his BMW to the show and posing in this photo. Many cars had unique features. Such as Chuck’s doors. Chuck gave Hunter and me a ride. Sitting behind the driver seat was not too small. I did have to roll out of the backseat do to the minimal amount of space to the door. I thought it was interesting that since the car is electric the Voom Voom sounds I heard was audio. It must be for those who like to hear the sound.
Car Shows Enthusiasts
Car owners brought their vehicles to the event for many reasons. Some enter the contests, of which there were many categories. Others came to sell their cars to possible buyers. Then some came just to share their love of cars with others who love to talk about cars.
It was nice to chit chat with the owners. You could tell by their smiles and joy in their voice when sharing stories or features about the car that they enjoyed the car. I take pleasure in listening to others who are passionate about their hobbies/lifestyles.
Car Shows- Why We Love Them
If you are a car enthusiast and like to view amazing cars, then next year when you are visiting Pinal County, Arizona in the spring watch for registrations and marketing posters for the date and time.
Do you have a favorite color for a car? I am torn between orange and yellow for a Lamborghini.