The first annual Gulf Coast Classic Car Show was held at the Sam Houston Horse Track in Houston, TX. The Sam Houston Horse Track is huge with plenty of space for vendors and an ample parking lot for show cars. This car show was a 2 day event with plenty of vendors advertising & promoting throughout Houston leading up the big day.
Needless to say, my expectations were high for this car show much like the Lone Star Round Up in Austin, TX was a few months back. Off the bat, when I got there I was disappointed to see there was a parking fee, that caught me off guard a bit, but it’s ok. But hey, after all that hype, I was fine with it; my anticipation for awesome cars and sick pictures was amped.
Walking through the parking lot and into the car show, the pavilion was showcasing a tattoo expo which was pretty different from your every day normal car shows. Pretty cool to see, but I was there for the cars! Made my way to the parking lot where the car show was being held…and it wasn’t as many cars as I would have expected. But that’s ok because the cars that were there were great, I just wish there were more of them to be seen. Being the “first” annual car show for these guys, I think they need to iron out a few things to make that car show standout.
At the end of the day, I came to do what I had to do and that was to get some nice shots have a good time.
Please scroll down and enjoy some picture of some fantastic cars!
Cool looking bike!…How does he reach the handle bars?
Interior shot of the Caddy, simple and clean..
Check out that swamp cooler, it has some pretty sweet pin stripping on it too. Sorry, didn’t take a picture of it.
This is a nice change, it’s a Dodge truck. Don’t see those to often, it’s usually a Chevy or a Ford.
If you follow my blog you’ve seen this gangster caddy before.
This truck is a wild one…I don’t know if it’s coming or going..
This bike caught my attention from across the parking lot.
The seat looks uncomfortable…but it does have some shock to ease the pain.
Why was this wicked car park next to the Port-o-Potty…I don’t know.
Riding into the sunset…till next time!