The latest installment of the wonderful Baltimore (Dundalk) based event went down over the weekend, and in my opinion this is turning out to be one of the best “pre-1972” shows in the area. The Karb Kings Car Club organize and put on this quality event, and everyone I talk with at the event is always friendly, willing to point out something interesting they saw at the show as well as talk to you at length about their car answering any and all questions. And from listening to the event staff this was the largest MG event on record with close to 700 cars. The day started off shaky with forecasts predicting no rain and mild temperatures, but on the drive from DC to Baltimore I encountered a few patches of rains. However, once in Baltimore the weather was perfect, partially cloudy with temperatures in the mid seventies, and humidity had taken a vacation. The only negative, if I can even call it one was on the drive back to DC, a food truck had spun around on the southbound lane of I-95 causing a back up starting at Baltimore’s beltway and lasting to the BWI exit. All told it was only 30-40 minutes that was added to the trip, but it still didn’t overshadow the event.
I’ll do a short write up with more details, and post pictures from the show on the CAR page.