Tuesday, September 3, 2013
Photos: Vintage hot rods cruise through Deep Ellum for Invasion Car Show
Welcome to a gear head's paradise!
DEEP ELLUM The 6th Annual Invasion Car Show returned to Deep Ellum Saturday, bringing along classic, pimped-out and rustic looking rides from the pinnacle era of hot rods. Gems from the 1940s, '50s and '60s lined Elm Street, fresh coats of paint gleaming beneath the Texas sun. Awards, made of custom painted skateboard decks, were given in a variety of categories including Best Truck and Best Engine. But the metal wasn't the only thing turning heads. A handful of local pin-up mamas made their was to the all-day event, posing with cars and strutting their stuff. Talk about a gear head's paradise!
Check out photos of the vintage happenings below.
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