Ruckus Scooter Love

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Sunday, June 15, 2014

Classic Car Rally Scoot

So after I left the School House Restaurant in Camp Dennison I scooted down SR 126 into the village of Old Milford and got on Rt 50 heading east.

I turned right at the traffic light at Rt 131 and rode over to the River's Edge commercial area.

Here there is a popular steak and burger joint that was hosting a classic car rally. They seem to have a lot of motorcycle related events and motorcycles were everywhere!

(This photo is the property of Quaker Steak and Lube restaurants.)

I parked my Yamaha C3 among the Harleys and got off to explore the expositions...

Here was an old hearse that caught my eye...

There were many beautiful cars, some antiques, some customized, showing their stuff...

So many! I took some photos of some of my favorites...

Not sure why this "kid" was posed inside the engine compartment. The sign revealed no clue and there was no one around to ask. I thought it was creepy, yet sort of cool...

I love old trucks! Here's one that brings the Schlitz right to your door...

Grandpa must have lost his choppers while working on this engine...

A flaming hot Lincoln...

A '55 Chevy! The first car I ever rode in as an infant coming home from the hospital...

A "mini me" version is hitching a ride on the rear cute!

Beautiful custom paint jobs that sparkled in the sun! Love that lime green...

Some Schwinn banana seat classic bicycles got in on the show...

The sun was beating down intensely and "Hoot" was calling my name from the "Hog Pen", so I saddled up and rode toward home...

It was a pretty nice rally, complete with music and food. I really enjoyed myself!

I did not get a tee shirt because they only took cash, and I had none on me as has become my habit. Oh well, maybe next time!


  1. Cool cars. Did you know it was going on or just stumble upon it? Looks like a great show. I love seeing all the classic cars and how they are restored.

  2. Deb:

    I've been to 3 car shows during the past 3 weeks. I used to buy "event" T-shirts but I find that I don't wear them. I don't like to walk around with advertising. You should always carry some emergency money, perhaps a $20 bill and hide it somewhere. You just never know when you may need it. Check out your vagrancy Laws. Credit cards don't count

    Riding the Wet Coast

    1. "Vagrancy"?

      Guess I've been a "vagrant" for about 8 years now! LOL

  3. Nothing says commitment to a project louder than a lovingly restored vintage automobile.

    I'd love to drive one, it would be crazy to own one, but I could never make that kind of commitment.

    Too many other things to do.

    Great post Deb!

    1. And a whole lotta money involved in it too!

      No, I'd rather just enjoy the "fruits of their labors" for free!

  4. Your little scooter looked so cute sitting there with those big bad boys! Loved the photos! Damn, that looks like a good time. Hamburgers, antique cars, motorcycles, sunny day. Awesome!!

    1. Yeah, and who knew? I just happened upon it while out riding....

  5. Snort "Hog pen" too funny. Great pics Deb, looks like it was a night outing. Love looking at classic cars as well. I missed our vintage show here because Missy Roo, but she is on the road to recovery.

    1. Ahhh...I hope she is doing well! Keep us posted!