Hundreds of car enthusiasts flocked to The Village today to drool over dozens of vintage and collector cars at Magnolia Village Auto Show.
The event took over McGraw Street for much of the day Saturday.
The most popular vehicle at the show was this extremely rare 1924 Delage GL Labourdette Skiff — designed to compete with Rolls Royce. The Skiff features ash wood ribs with three layers of mahogany down the sides. The chassis alone cost $5,370 back in 1923 — one if the most expensive cars of its kind.
Of course, any car show in Magnolia wouldn’t be complete without a couple Ferraris and a Lamborghini from the, ahem, higher-end residents in the neighborhood. Notice the license plate on this baby.
By the way, this year’s car show was almost a no-show. But Eric Berge from Werner’s Crash Shop worked hard to secure the permits, print up the ads and and bring the collectors to the show. Thanks, Eric!