Even though a large number of the things you’ll probably run across on the S3 blog are focused around modern import cars, I felt motivated to post up a few shots from the 10th Annual Dixie Fried Car Show that took place today at the Starlight Six Drive-In in Atlanta. This is an all day show that is made up of mainly pre-1964 vehicles, rockabilly bands, old school movies on the drive-in’s screens, and a bunch of partying in the overly hot parking lot. Aside from it’s fairly steep entrance fee ($28 per person), the show was quite enjoyable and allowed me to see a very different side to the automotive scene than what I’m used to. I’m still hoping to one day scoop up something a little more classic than my ’89 240SX and become a bit more involved and knowledgeable about this scene, but until then check out the gallery of the shots I got today here, or read on to see a few preview shots. Let us know what you think of this type of stuff too!
Full gallery here
Good running into you, man. Great coverage with the pics.
Thanks! Cool seeing you down there too, can’t wait to see what type of footage you got as well!
super dope. This makes me happeh!
look at the dude in the first pic holding the big ol’ Miller Lite can. heh
I like that truck.
where are the pinup girls?!
Anyone going to Shades of the Past in Pigeon Forge?
When is S3 going to bring out a new issue its been more than 2 months for sure.