Having been around cars my whole life, I'd like to think I can say I know my way around a car show. That being said, it's a really cool experience being able to share the knowledge I have already gained with someone who hasn't had the same opportunities as me, and shows an interest in it. Your first car show is an experience, no matter who you are and where it is you go. Whether you've never really understood cars or not, it's still an experience, and if taken with the right mindset, can be a lot of fun and informative. Everybody has a passion for something, and my family often shows it through their vehicles. Paris Unfinished was a great show to be someone's first this year, with good weather and a great mix of different cars. Talking to someone who had never been to a car show before and getting to show her the ropes was a really cool experience for the entire family.
Starting off the day with as much information as the car she drove was black, I hope she is able to say she knows a little more now. Asking many questions, such as "Is that really how cars sounded back in the day?" about a Rat Rodded Model A with open headers, to wondering about carburetors and suicide doors, it was really great to share such an experience with someone so interested, and I encourage everyone to go out to car shows and enjoy the experience, whether for the first time, or the four hundred and first time they're always more than a little fun.
Holley is 23 years old and has been around Cars her entire life. She is a big help to the business and does a lot of the computer work. She wishes she had more time for the fun things in life, like working on her nova, but school seems to take too much time.