Join Date: Nov 2014
Location: Marshfield, MA, USA
IMO, (and speaking from experience) the car shows and cruise nights are NOT where you'll find anyone interested in your particular car... cuz everybody there has one too that they're hoping everybody else there is interested in.
If you want to find out how popular your car is, park it at a restaurant with outdoor seating... or along the side of the road at the beach. You'll find there's much more interest in your car by people of all ages. My grandchildren (2, 3, 5, 11, 11) LOVE my car because they watched me build it and frequently ask to ride in it.
I've driven through Boston and at red lights have had people get off the sidewalk and stand in the middle of the street to take photos giving the thumbs up.
And, if you're worried about battery powered cars taking over for petroleum, ask an over-the-road truck driver in the Rockies how far the tractor would get with a full load behind it... yeah, not far...
(Drill, baby, drill... and drill sideways! and I'll see you at the gas pump.)
69 Convertible, 351W, T5, E-Brock Performer 351-W intake, Performer Plus cam, Holley 4160, power assist, dual exhaust, 4-wheel manual drums.