A REAL car show! Small, but STILL! An organized (as much as anything involving the cars of a nation that has, what? 250 types of cheese, can be organized), pre-planned Car Show. Not a "Cars n Coffee"--a real, honest to God CAR SHOW! How long has it been?
If you don't know the Automobile Driving Museum (ADM) nead LAX, you've missed out on a gem. It's not very big, but has an eclectic collection of cars, ranging from a Baker Electric (complete with "Chaperone Seat"--a source of MUCH amusement to mon amis francais) to the obligatory Model T to some lovley Packards, Lincolns, and Pierce-Arrows, to Morgans, MGs, Crosleys, and on it goes.
The hook at the ADM is that you can TAKE A RIDE in a variety of cars! Take THAT all you fancy pants museums. Come on Nethercutt, Petersen, Mullin, get your act together.
Anyway, for whatever reason, 23/5 (OK, I'm using the French date method) was "French Car Day" and several Citroens, a pair of Renaults, and some Peugots showed up. Naturally, the Yellow Submarine garnered a lot of attention. Here's some pix, enjoy!