Thursday doors…vintage doors

Posted: October 8, 2020 in Thursday doors
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A few years ago I attended a parade in Naperville. There were some good doors on display and what went with them wasn’t bad either. Which is your favorite?

for Thursday Doors 10.8.20

Comments
  1. peggyjoan42 says:

    I can’t pick a favorite. I love them all.

  2. Kate Lester says:

    They are all impressive. I hate to admit this, but I remember when those Chevy fins debuted.

  3. Ally Bean says:

    Classic cars are fun to see on the road. I don’t understand the wood doors on the first one, but they are eye-catching.

  4. What a whimsically unexpected twist to the theme! This is simply delightful. How I pine for these carefree days with crowds and festivities…

  5. Cool parade. The woody would be the one to have, but gotta love those fins – back when cars had that outer space Jetson’s Hollywood look.

    • These days you might have to have a garage specially built for some of the longer cars, although there are certainly pickup trucks these days that need longer garages as well.

  6. DrJunieper says:

    Love these antigue car shows! When our son was young we went as often with him as we could, to places like these:)

    • There were some antique car shows in the area, but these were taking part in the parade, which was fun, too. I have a feeling some antique cars are most fun to drive when the weather’s not too hot or cold. πŸ™‚ But they are fun to see.

  7. They’re all really neat cars, but the middle and last one are my favorites.

  8. marianallen says:

    The black convertible! It reminds me of the Model T my grandfather said he drove when he was a boy. He rode in a restored one in our little town’s 4th of July parade, since that was his birthday.

  9. Su Leslie says:

    Niiice! My favourite car door is on the BMW? Messerschmitt? bubble car which is apparently not a door but a hinged canopy. My much-loved great uncle had one when I was a kid and riding with him was a huge treat.

  10. Teresa says:

    Love vintage cars!

  11. JT Twissel says:

    The woody of course!

  12. de Wets Wild says:

    It is impossible to choose a favourite, Janet!

  13. I don’t want to own one or provide the funds to support one, but I always enjoy seeing these jewels still running. I have to say I love the wooden doors.

  14. slfinnell says:

    I’d definitely drive that Bel Air!

  15. Norm 2.0 says:

    Some real old beauties in this batch. Not a big fan of the huge pointy tail fins but I love the soft curves in the first one. Good post πŸ™‚

  16. jazzytower says:

    Ha, Ha! Vintage doors, 😊. Cool take! I love vintage cars.

    Pat

  17. Resa says:

    Ooo la la! Fabulous!

  18. I once had a Belaire like that final shot, only not so lovely a blue. I drove it from Kansas to Texas, from Texas to California, back to Texas, to New Orleans to New York when it was finally impounded. By that time, I tied the trunk shut with a rope. It sort of had a Texas drug runner look to it, I expect. But I mourned its passing.

    • I was more into the small cars. A ’75 VW Super Beetle was my carriage of choice and could go any and everywhere. I always figured if it got stuck somewhere, I’d just ask four or five strong men to lift it out and get me back on the road. I know they could, as friends moved it one night when I was in college, thankfully not onto someone’s porch or some other awkward place.

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