2017 Tulsa Auto Show


I took some time off work early today and checked out the 2017 Tulsa Auto Show at Expo Square in Tulsa. It is the 100th Anniversary of the Show!


I’ve been going to the show off and on for over two decades and it has steadily shrunk. Maybe this year will be a turning point.


They had new cars of course and many vintage cars. The vintage cars in my eyes are just plain a lot more interesting than the new cars. Most of the new cars look like Toyotas in my opinion. Nothing wrong with Toyotas. I love them that are very good dependable cars but a bit boring.


Not that many new cars have a sense of style. There are exceptions. I love the Ford Flex above and of course the car above it, the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat. I got on the web site and configured one for only $75,000 bucks and change. That is about five times what I paid for my Kia Soul.


For about the same price as the Hellcat you can have this Toyota  uh er,  I mean Maserati Levant boring if you ask me.


Now this Range Rover has a little style.


Or this storm chasing vehicle. I don’t get storm chasers. Do storm chasers do anything useful. Here in Oklahoma we watch storms on TV a lot. The typical storm chaser report is like “Yea Dan, we are in downtown Bartlesville and there is definitely some wind and some rain!” Seriously dudes. Stay home, get off the road. Where you can do something useful like take out the trash.


I love the older cars like this mid 1950’s Chevy.


Or this vintage NASCAR stock car.


I love the older Thunderbirds, lots of funky colors. No Toyotas back then.


I even like the Corvairs.


And I love the restored mid century pick up trucks. The curves and colors on this.


And this


Who doesn’t love an old British Sports Car?


Adn I love the really old cars. Don’t want to own one mind you, I just like looking at them.


These cars are beautiful but give me a boring modern car any time to actually own and operate.


Cars have come a long way over the decades. Our family always had sketchy cars. I never knew if they would start or not. I don’t know how we did it back in the days before cell phones. I had lots of experience with getting a jump from somebody and other skills necessary to get things going. I don’t even own jumper cables any longer.


OSU Tech had a demo car that showed the engine and drive train moving. I loved it.

Check out the Tulsa Auto Show if you are interested. It has two more days to run. 10 to 9 on Saturday and 10 to 6 on Sunday. Get two for one tickets at Quik Trip and save some money. Check out the Hellcat!

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