We are finally starting to see some signs of spring here in central Pennsylvania, and we’re super excited about it! This winter was a long one and we can’t say we didn’t get a little stir-crazy. A nice break from the winter monotony came in February when we visited the World of Wheels custom car show in Pittsburgh. We had made a spur-of-the-moment trip a couple years ago when we happened to be in the area buying a vette, and we decided it was time for another visit. The event takes place at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, which is pretty massive. Hundreds of unique customs were on display for our viewing pleasure and they did not disappoint! Some of our favorites were a Ford three-window coupe, a Ford woody, the Animal House “Deathmobile,” and of course- a 1963 Corvette.
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