Photos Scene in Edmonds: Edmonds Classic Car Show photo gallery September 10, 2017 588 0 1 of 17 Custom paint really sets off this 1928 customized Ford Roadster. The lines really flow on this customized Lincoln. Family photo ops abound, as Richmond Beach's Marjorie High snaps some of son and daughter Conor and Lizzie testing out the artillery on a vintage military Jeep. Near-perfect restoration on this 1953 Caddy Eldorado. It's not all on the outside, as this custom interior shows. A 1939 Ford brags of its 8 cylinders under the hood. To be a car enthusiast is to be always polishing. When Ford introduced the V8 in the 1930s, it was a game-changer for production cars, setting a new standard for speed. Clyde Barrow of Bonnie and Clyde swore by V8 Fords and their ability to outrun the cops. He often said that he wouldn't steal anything else. The Jurassic Park Jeep came with its own animatronic Triceratops, which proved a real magnet for the younger set. Some entries were still very much works in progress. But just wait till next year! There was all-day action at the Pinewood Derby track, where kids of all ages built model racers... ...and then squared off on the inclined track. Danny Vernon brought his Elvis show to the event, with two acts. The first featured early Elvis... ...and the second his flashier days in Vegas. Your intrepid photographer reflected in the hubcap of a classic Cord automobile. One of the oldest cars on display was this 1911 Ford Model T Touring Car. While walking was part of attending the car show, this Segway rider took it in the easy way. Larry Vogel was in downtown Edmonds Sunday to photograph the annual Edmonds Classic Car Show sponsored by the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce.