One of the car shows that I had circled on my calendar for 2012 was the Coalville Super Cruise. It had been many years since I attended. This year, however, I heard that my friends Scott and Courtney Clark would have their ’63 Nova station wagon featured on the event T-shirt, so I just had to attend.
Hit the jump for some of the highlights of the overcast action.
A quick note on the T-shirt art above. I think there is a real vacuum in the area of cool, good looking car show t-shirts. I most likely won’t wear this shirt, and wouldn’t have spent the $10 if a wagon just like mine wasn’t pictured prominently. Also, oatmeal and pale peach were the awful color choices.
Viva Las Vegas has it right with their black shirt and professional art.
Anyway, enough of my car show apparel rant, let’s get on to the photos:
The Super Cruise is different from most car shows in that the participants meet in one of three locations, Salt Lake City, Ogden, or Evanston, Wyoming, then cruise to Coalville together. It is about a 45 minute drive from any one of the meeting locations. 20 or 30 hot rods running along I-80 together is quite a sight.