Support local car shows. You know, the “any day that ends in ‘y’” show: drive to a location, have a good time, and leave without incident.
No antisocial full throttle exits, commercial booths, judging, PA system or branded tote bags. If the vehicle was older than 1999 and not a total pile, it was allowed into the Epicure Classics meetup on Sunday May 29.
Give local organizers, Epicure Market (for hosting), and social media (for spreading the word) credit: I arrived shortly after 9am and the lot was pretty much full. So was my iPhone’s battery: so I opened the camera app and got to work.
Highlights? JDM cars, a few European unicorns, a memorable bumper sticker I want on my car, and…keep scrolling.
Hope you enjoy these on location photos from Epicure Classics. -mb
New policy: I refuse to get into or out of bed for anything less than a Renault Sport Clio V6.
If it means having to brunch with the well-coiffed Viva Bastardo crowd, sure—toss me the keys to a Renault Sport Clio V6 and I promise not to get hollandaise on the seats.
Are details important? To car people? Are you kidding me?
It could be an air freshener, choice of wheels, a sticker, old registration or stylishly-chosen seats: all are proof of life, expression, and experience.
Meeting strangers for a Sunday morning car show never gets old.
Thanks to @epicureclassics + @romango3 for organizing the event and I look forward to the next time I can make it out.
Casual, no drama car meetups are where it's at. ✌
photography by speedster.news / michael banovsky (iPhone 13 Pro)
editor note • I am still working on an edit workflow between phone / iPad / .heic file format / computer monitor that allows me to properly colour grade & proof; let me know if you see substantial differences in anything here vs @speedster.news instagram.