R.J. Liberatore Jr./A row of cars from the 1950s sits with their hoods up, ready to be admired by people at the third annual Home Deport Car Show on Saturday, Sept. 21.
ABSECON – Around 100 cars spanning 10 decades of automotive history filled the Absecon Home Deport parking lot on Saturday, Sept. 21 during the company’s third annual auto show. The event drew automobiles, trucks and automotive admirers from across southern New Jersey. See all the photos here:
The show included T-rails from the 1930s, Model Ts, rat rods, military vehicles, classic drive-in cars from the 1950s, and modern Ferraris tossed in to the mix just for fun.
R.J. Liberatore Jr./A rat truck owned by Frank Mohr of Galloway offered a nice surprise behind the driver’s seat.
R.J. Liberatore Jr./A full-size Army Humvee is dwarfed by a 5-ton military truck during the Home Deport Car Show on Saturday, Sept. 21.
R.J. Liberatore Jr./Who wouldn’t smile while sitting behind the wheel of a Ferrari 430? Jerry Guzzo bought this 2006 model last week. Next to him is his son, Dominic Biasini.
R.J. Liberatore Jr./As they say, a man never grows older. His toys just become more expensive as shown by this scene taken outside of the Absecon Home Depot Car Show on Saturday, Sept. 21.
R.J. Liberatore Jr./Absecon’s Tom Hunter III and his son, Tom Hunter IV, enjoyed the Home Depot Car Show together.
R.J. Liberatore Jr./Absecon’s Dave Fiedler shows off the engine to the 1946 Chevrolet half-ton pickup truck that he restored during an eight-year project. Fred Michel, also of Absecon, admires his work.
R.J. Liberatore Jr./It only took six weeks for David Dunfee to restore this 1969 Dodge Charger to look like the General Lee of “Dukes of Hazzard” fame.
R.J. Liberatore Jr./Abiezer Torres of Absecon plucks out a riff through the 5,500-watt sound system he installed on his 2011 Dodge Charger.
R.J. Liberatore Jr./Pete Weaver representing the Big Brothers Big Sisters organization stands near a car that will be raffled off by the organization as a fundraiser.
R.J. Liberatore Jr./Frank Mohr and his son, Timmy, 2, both of Galloway show off a Ford pickup truck that was a 20-year project to restore.
R.J. Liberatore Jr./Serving hot dogs and popcorn during the company’s third annual car show are Home Depot employees from left, John Hogan of Mays Landing, Linda Jackson of Solar City (Home Depot vendor), Jake Agronsky of Vineland, Chelsea Nehr of Egg Harbor Township, Margie Brown of Absecon, Al Spina of Galloway, and Paul Apruzzese of Little Egg Harbor Township.
R.J. Liberatore Jr./Fred Michel of Absecon took advantage of the sunny day to ride his 1931 Ford to the Home Depot Car Show.