A bright corner at the swap meet was lit up by Nathan & Carey Hedrick's display of customized traffic lights, featuring colorful automotive logos in place of regular lenses, a novel way to illuminate your `man cave.'
Four-year-old Kaytlin Sanger checks out a funny car just her size as her parents, Mark and Smantha Sanger of Goddard, look on. `Mommy and Daddy both have race cars and she's trying to talk us into getting her one for her,' her dad said.
Andrew Butcher, a student from Iowa who attends the McPherson College Auto Restoration Program, continues shopping the aisles of the swap meet after finding a nose piece needed for an early '20s Camaro RS.
There weren't a lot of cars to choose from in the car corral this year, but this 1935 Chevy coupe offered by Carroll Adamy of Bellwood, Nebr., was a standout. The nicely restored car was being offered for $24,000.
Travis Fulton's '51 Ford coupe featured an unusual seating arrangement inside: a wood-slat back seat and a pair of cutting torch-fabricated front seats. For only $8,000, you could have taken this one home with you.
For those in the process of building an engine, there was a lot to choose from in this display, from a high-rise intake manifold, to a good used carburetor, valve lifters, timing chains and distributors.