This was the 18th annual show put on by the Greater Ozark British Motor Club. They're in SW Missouri, lots of members live in Springfield, but they put the show on in Carthage. Carthage is a small town, very pretty, and the show is held on the town square.
This was our third time at this show in the last 4 years - we missed last year due to a family obligation. The club does a great job of hosting - a parking lot party on Friday night, a well run show, a driving event, a very nice awards banquet, and a Sunday morning breakfast at a members restored Victorian home. And they make it a point to serve you the meals at the dinner and breakfast - they are simply great hosts.
The show was moved from July to June this year, and they really got great weather. Our drive up was in the 80's, with low humidity. Saturday weather was great, too. Same Sunday - a little warmer, but nothing like the heat they've generally gotten in July.
As usual, the chrome bumper B class was the largest in the show - 12 VERY nice cars. Somehow our car won first place - probably due to all the shining and bug removal Pam did once we got there. Anyway, it was quite an honor.
If you haven't been to this show, you ought to give it a try. Great people, very nice cars, nice setting. Very nice experience.