A few weeks back I took the family out to the Tottenham Classic Car & Truck show. Held at the Tottenham conservation area, which is a wicked venue with a great beach, event coverage quickly slipped to the bottom of my priority list as the day went on.
However before I did put the camera down for good I took a few photos that will make their way onto the site as small photo features with the first being this Dodge Fargo.
A ’56, if I’m not mistaken this truck was a favourite among the crow usually surrounded by a circle of curious on lookers. It took a few trips back but I was able to get a brief window where I could look at the truck and snap a few photos that were mostly free of people.
The hood emblem was pretty unique and the engine bay had been given a bit of polish but nothing too crazy that it wasn’t befitting of the exterior
Inside the engine bay was also an engine driven compressor for the air ride, EDC’s are quite a bit more efficient but not nearly as commonly used as their electric counterparts.
The truck was on the ground naturally and tucked a lot of wheel all around.
In the bed of the truck sat a Cadillac push car modeled after the owner’s other vehicle at the show. I’ve got a few more pictures of that to get to at a later date.