Friday, August 31, 2012

Pink Saturday: Pink Cars Again

There were actually more purple cars at a recent car show in our town, but since this is PINK Saturday, here are a few pink ones.


The queen waved from a Rolls Royce, of course.




11 comments:

LV said...

I love seeing the old classic cars. even in pink.

chubskulit said...

Beautiful cars! Visiting from Pink Saturday.

My PINK
Have a great weekend.

Leovi said...

No doubt your beautiful photos are a good asset to the pink. Greetings.

Rita said...

Wow! Your pink woody trumps my pink taxicab. Love the figurine of the Queen.

My husband would die for that convertible.

Thanks for stopping by my site.

J.Rye said...

So pretty! Visiting from Pink Saturday.

I hope that you can also visit my PINK. You may also link up to my Color Connection if you'd like. Thanks!

romance-of-roses said...

One thing my husband loves is car shows. He likes to take pictures of them, he would of loved this one. Happy Pink Saturday. Smiles, Lu

Janet said...

I bought one of those waving Queen things for a friend/co-worker for Christmas and she LOVED it. Still in her window at work LOL!

Erwin Calverley said...

Wow. That third car is epic. I love its Retro Swag concept. I didn’t know the color pink will look just perfect on a vintage car. It must have grabbed the attention of those who attended the car show. I’m going to show this to my sister. She has some serious fascination with pink cars and I’m sure she’ll be flabbergasted once she sees this.

Erwin Calverley

Clint Moore said...
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Clint Moore said...

That lovely convertible above reminds me of my very first car - the 1963 Mercury Comet. It’s black, and it has an excellent ability to drive through crooked roads. Anyway, this car is exquisite. Now I know what my old car would look like if painted with pink.

Clint Moore

Nettie Christensen said...

Whoever said that pink would not look good on a car is definitely wrong! That Rolls Royce is utterly adorable! The combination of white and pale pink definitely caught my eye. And the vintage factor is a good plus! [Nettie Christensen]