I am looking for a theme to the show and the only thing I can come up with so far is the term "Graduation" which is based on the completion of schooling which has become a big deal for us in 2017 and 2018. Therefore our classics will have completed a certain stage and will "graduate" to another level in 2018.
Speaking of graduation, I have several ads on Craigslist and Facebook marketplace. We are clearing out the place and selling several car parts and other items such as a small organ, two sets of car seats, a three speed shifter and a collection of old license plates.
The license plates are selling fairly well and here is copy of the ad if anyone is interested:
Original Vintage License PlatesVery rare vintage license plates in un-restored original condition. Plates listed as rusty or good condition are $30 each or two for $50. Listed in excellent condition, price is $50 each. Yes, because they are made of steel most have rusted but are still legible and official. License your classic or rat rod to the plate after restoration or leave them as they are. Here is a listing of what I have from 1921 to 1957. Add $10 to the price for shipping inside the State of Washington or $15 outside Washington. Call or text 509-834-1585 for more information or the purchase of these plates.
Most of these plates are rusty but can be restored. Although I am selling them as is for now, I also am beginning to restore a few. As an example the 1937 plate above P-2413 is restored from the look at the right. A restored plate or plate in the condition of some of the others above is selling for $50 (plus shipping). The un-restored or rusty plates are going for $30.
If you are building, or restoring a classic car or truck one option is to license your vehicle to the plate of that year. A license plate for that year can be obtained in ANY CONDITION and registered to that vehicle. You can keep the plate as is, refurbish it or make a new plate with the same number and configuration as the classic plate (so long as you have the original plate to back up your number and year). The old plate, refurbished plate, or the new plate can then be displayed on your vehicle. I believe that I am the cheapest around with my collection of old plates. If you find rusted or colorful ones anywhere else they will cost from $80 to $100 each. Of course, you can always purchase a bright and shiny collector car plate if you wish.