2008 Chattanooga Chrysler, Imperial & Packard Meet
Robert's new Murray Motor Company sign.
Robert's '39 Chrysler in the middle of a total rebuild of the brake system. Sadly, not ready for this year's Meet.
Robert's 1965 New Yorker
Robert's 1964 Imperial Convertible
The new bigger permanent gazebo!
Providing much more space than last year's gazebo and more importantly, an escape from the mosquitoes!
Yes, the Dodge flag is indeed upside down. I did not notice it until the Meet was almost over. It won't happen next year!
Robert's 1966 300 Convertible and 1966 300 4-dr hardtop
Robert's 1962 Chrysler 300 Convertible
Can't believe that I did not notice the upside down flag!
Pete Morgan arriving with his beautiful 1967 Imperial from Anniston, Alabama.
Jeff Carrothers checking the various fluids before hitting the road in Robert's '65 New Yorker.
The trusty Murray Motor Co. service vehicle, a 1966 Chrysler T&C wagon.
Travis Bossier's '67 made it with a little help from AAA. After Travis and Jeff replaced the broken starter, all was well with the world again.
The weather was just perfect!
Looks like a repair shop from 1939!
Steve Bryan taking a ride in the oldest Chrysler he has ever been in.
Jeff playing with his favorite car of Robert's, the 1966 Dodge Polara.
WOW, what a car! Tim and Roberta Stout and their beautiful 1938 Packard attended the Meet all weekend.
Enjoying some fresh hot movie popcorn!
Tim's '38 Packard drives like NEW!
Lunch at Arie's on the Tennessee River.
The Toudors came from Ohio in their unbelieveable 1957 Imperial. Just about as fine a car as I have ever seen.
Getting ready to depart for Fall Creek Falls State Park Sunday morning.
We enjoyed a scenic drive to Fall Creek Falls and enjoyed a delicious Sunday buffet!
The pictures don't do this sight justice.
Jeff insisted that we hike down to the bottom of the falls. That also meant that we had to hike back up later!
Tim Stout, Robert Soule, Jeff Carrothers, Donald Taccone, and Alex Brown enjoy a break at the bottom of the Falls!
And now the hike back up to the top of the falls. I vowed to kill Jeff!
And bringing up the rear, yeah, that is Jeff!
We stopped to take in the view at one of the most beautiful valleys in the world, Sequatchie Valley, Tennessee.
We ended the weekend at Sonic Drive-in on Sunday night.
Damn the gas prices and be sure to join us next year for the 2009 Chattanooga Chrysler, Imperial, & Packard Meet! We sure had a blast, as always.