That E-Type reminded me: there was a classic car show at the supermarket where I work last month, and I never uploaded the pictures. Attendance was pretty slim (maybe 12 cars total) but here are the highlights.
Custom 1964 Dodge Polara 500 Super Stock. Basically a street-legal version of the old "Super Stock" dragsters. I talked to the owner, and it's 100% street legal, and the engine puts out around 700 hp! Having heard it when it pulled out of the parking lot (along with everyone else in a one mile radius), I believe him.
1977 MGB. Not really remarkable, aside from the fact that the owner let me sit in it. Surprisingly, I had plenty of legroom (I'm about 5'11") but headroom was kind of lacking.
Customized 1965 Dodge Coronet 440. In adition to the obvious mods, the car was also modified with hand controls as the owner (in the picture) is paraplegic. I had a very long chat with him, and he's a real nice guy.
1930 Model A Hot Rod, the Hell Hound.
Another Hot Rod. Didn't have a chance to talk with the owner, so I'm not sure what the car was originally (I suspect a Model T).
1975 CCC Sterling. This was, hands down, the most unique car at the show. It's a kit car designed by an outfit called California Component Cars, and built on a 1970 VW Beetle chassis and motor. This particular car was hand-built by at R&W Automotive. It sports a factory-custom paint job, and was one of 3 cars that CCC used in advertising material.