I’ve really come to appreciate these annual shows as much more than just a gathering of cars, they’re more like a time stamp on the year. The human aspect of the Autorama is hard to explain, and impossible to photograph. It’s great to see my friends grow up, start families, build new cars, and win trophies. This show feels like a community. Maybe it’s because we’re all stuck on neutral territory for so long that we run out of things to talk about besides cars so the only thing left to talk about is real life. I love this show, I love watching it grow, and I love spending time with the people that make it so memorable. This year’s Autorama felt even more special to me because after nearly a year away from shows all together after her recent diagnosis with MS, my wife was back with me in the booth. That makes all the difference; shows like these are so much better when you get to share them with someone you love.
Anyways, here’s our pictures! If you detect a new perspective in them, that’s Josie’s eye, she took all the good ones this time: