As is always the case, Lee from oldschool.co.nz attends as many automotive events as humanly and sometimes superhumanly possible. He’s a dedicated man and I’m forever greatful for that and his willingness to share the photo documentation of his exploits. The most recent of which that he snapped a few happy’s at was as the title of the blog indicates, the recently held Napier Hot Rod Swap Meet, most swap meets nationally have gone from more than just a few stalls willing those hard to find and sometimes ridiculously rare trinkets and trim pieces to basically car shows with a place to buy bits. On one hand, that’s kinda cool, on another it’s a little sad. More cars on show generally means less room for those selling goods, which you would think was the principal point of a swap meet. Whether this is the case with the Napier one, I’m not sure. It certainly seemed to be at the Palmerston North one I attended last year. Enough of the jibber jabber however, onto what you’ve come to see, the vehicles!
The rest of the photos as well as these in a slightly higher resolution are available to view on the retro-classics flickr gallery, here;
If there’s any you’re keen on in a higher resolution again, just let me know and I’ll ask the wonderful Lee whether he’s happy to share.