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Greenwood Car Show, 2010

June 29th, 2010 at 03:08 am

Saving log - $0
Spending log - $15 breakfast + $2 ice cream + $4 muffin, iced coffee + $5 grocery produce
Found money - $0.10 (road)

Saving log - $0
Spending log - $3.88 bagel, coffee + $.67 apple
Found money - $0.38 (road, sidewalk, telephone pole)

Saving log - $5 tip box
Spending log - $1.75 coffee + $10 lunch
Found money - $0.36 (sideway, road, Safeway: by checkout, next to soda display, underneath vending machine)

First off, I'm very close to the $50 target in found money. I'm at $48.76: 1071 pennies, 43 nickels, 181 dimes, 43 quarters, 2 $1 bills, 1 $5 bill, 1 10 pence coin worth 15 cents. Keep on dropping those coins, guys!

Today was a brutal day - we are at the end of the fiscal year. Sometimes it ends with a yawn, but not this year. Lots of whining this year with a couple of last minute booking projects.

The Greenwood Car Show was a ton of fun - it went between 90th and 69th, an extension of both ends from previous years. And it was free! However, there did seem to be a bit of filler in the middle - food, info, and guy buying opportunities. There were a lot of beautiful cars, but fewer really exotic ones which is what I go for. No

Text is leather car and Link is
leather car this year. However, I did meet the guy who was developing the
Text is hot rod with the jet engine and Link is
hot rod with the jet engine. He was mock stricken when I told him that I imagined him, "a Boeing engineer with time on his hands". Turned out he was a Westinghouse engineer with time on his hands.

Still, there was some interesting stuff...

The 1918 Cadillac, as is.

We aren't too far from the stagecoach - the chauffeur sat in the front with a windshield, no side windows and a deaf guy horn right by his left ear (guy pointing to it)

While the inside is more of what you would expect, complete with the wood horn that you would use to speak in (left).

Oh, and the most amazing thing of all, it was driveable.

Nearby was parked a 1947 jeep. Hadn't realized that the windshield flipped down, but that would make a lot of sense.

And the gear shift made me laugh out loud. First rule of frugality: use what you have.

1 Responses to “Greenwood Car Show, 2010”

  1. frugaltexan75 Says:

    Heh! Loved the pictures. My dad would've loved to have been there. Smile

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