How about this 1960 Chevy? Rick is very pleased with this and all the cars. The workmanship on these are amazing spoke volumes about the effort that goes into a restoration.
Here is one of Rick's vintage -- an early 50's Chevy in perfect condition. There were literally thousands of vintage cars on display and just cruising around the streets of Deadwood.
Orinda thought this Chevelle looked pretty nice and reminded her of her college days. She still would look pretty sharp in this classic!
The main street of Deadwood was closed to accommodate a concert which was a bit later in the day. Orinda was amazed at the number of chairs folks had already set up to hold their place for the concert later on. There were thousands of chairs already set up covering several blocks of Main Street.
Of course, Deadwood is best know for it's rowdy frontier days and we can still see evidence of this today. Right next to the concert stage is this site where Wild Bill Hickok was shot in 1876. I wonder what he would have thought of all the commotion going on today?
Heading back to our trusty Buick, we saw many more cool cars, including this mild hot rod of a Ford Model A. We liked how the car continued the original look, however it was anything but original under the hood with a large V8 engine.