What once was the UtahHondas.net spring meet has bloomed into one of the, if not the biggest show of the year. 450 cars made it into the pay lot, and into the judging for the various awards, while hundreds more filled the parking lots surrounding the Davis County Fairgrounds. I popped the top on the Supra, grabbed a camera, and made my way north. I arrived, made my way to one of the lots, reapplied the top and got to shooting.
I didn’t quite make it into the paid lot, I ran into Nick Long as he was walking out. We chatted and saw this bright green Bricklin SV-1 affectionately named “Kermit”. After staring at what Canada can do we parted ways and I made my way in.
There was almost everything there: a very clean NA2 NSX, to a Yugo! A freaking Yugo! Look at how clean that little communist hatchback is! The Yugo, for those who don’t know, is a Fiat 127 built by Communists for as little as humanly possible. Then Malcom Bricklin, the guy behind Bricklin and responsible for introducing Subaru to America, started importing and selling the things as inexpensive transport. Then some lady got blown off of a bridge in Michigan while driving one and the rest is history. Now that you’ve had a history lesson, here’s a gallery for you to enjoy.