Arrived at the Museum at 7:35am and proceeded to the third-floor parking.
The open-air portion of the parking was filling rapidly. By the time the coffee was ready, cars were starting to fill up the spaces under the fourth- floor deck.
It turned out that I was the only club member on hand, although I did run into past member, Charles Covington, who indicated he needed to renew his membership and get to work on his Spridget.
I was surprised at the turnout of cars, mostly because it was starting to get hot! But there were the usual mid-century American models, sports cars, a few British examples, some red cars, and a few cars of interest. First was an electric mini-car, then an open wheel Bugatti, and finally a Nissan Figaro, very cute.
After two cups of coffee, a bagel, and a couple of laps through the cars, it was time to leave and get home before the heat got really oppressive.