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Well, a couple quick stories. First, it was hilarious that step #1 for so many people who arrived at the show was to clean cicadas from the front of the car. They were lodged and embedded everywhere -- windshield wipers, the grill, the fine gap between the headlamp unit and the body panel, all over the place. Second, and not as amusing, while attempting to enter the show grounds, the couple driving the silver Esprit turbo got tagged by a local police officer, where "tagged" in this case means HIT. The couple themselves weren't hit but the car they were driving. The cruiser cracked the Esprit's taillight, shifted the bumper cover, which damaged the paint. I understand that the officer admitted it was her fault and so the county should cover everything. Still, sourcing parts and a respray is not the most fun of ordeals. Good news is that I believe that the Esprit won a popular vote award. So at least there was that.
16 Lotuses this time, many different than those that attended the 2019 show (I think there were 14 at the 2019 show):
Good event. Less-than-stellar turnout for some groups, but it was good. Nice variety of models among the makes. Lotus showed up in full force! I counted 16 Lotuses at one point! Photos and a story to come.