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More Live-ish Photos and Report From Keels And Wheels 2016 – Lots Of Photos!
Thanks to fellow Woody Boater Rob Lyons from The Antique Boat Center we have some nice ..and in focus photos and info from the Keels and wheels event held this weekend. Take it away Rob!
Update from K&W’s. Two great days at Seabrook. Lots of boats and cars, definitely something for everyone. Once again our friends Paul Merryman and Bob Fuller have put on a great event. Truly bringing together the very best old and new of the boat and car world. K&W welcomes all from the boating hobby.
Thanks to Rob for taking the time to send in a great report! now click on the Antique Boat Center website and buy something to thank him! Come on! CLICK!
Ditto on Rob’s comments. I was there and the show was fantastic as usual…and never disappoints. Cudos to the ACBS Southwest Chapter for another great event!
These seems like a great event! Love the mix of classic boats and classic cars!
Definitely helps keep me motivated now that I just finished my 6th coat of paint on out ’69 Cavalier Ski Boat… Just 13 days left till the big Seattle Parade Day ?
This show has traditionally here not been reported well. It always felt like a huge parking lot with boats and cars. Robs photos really tell a much better story and you can see how much fun it is. Thanks again for the great report. And boats in the water!
I agree. That 38 special is a winner. Perfection! They always show so much better in the water. Now take that beauty out and beat her up a little bit. Could use a little patina.
should have went to this instead of dora
IS THIS SHOW IN SALT WATER?
I see the CC Cobra in the water all week end.
Love the shot of “Serenity,” now one of only two remaining Elco 57s. We owned her sister ship, “Matriarch” which we used for seven years in our wine and cheese cruise business.
Rob, as a proud Triumph TR6 owner, the red one on the extreme right, I want to inform you that all the cars started and left without incident, except for one, the blue TR 4 in the picture which I able to jump start on its way — hey, nine out of ten ain’t bad — see you next year!