Just got back from a trip to Hershey. I haven't been there for a long time, last time was early 90s before my Dad passed away. He was an AACA judge and we used to spend all week there, had three spaces in the Chocolate field and if the weather was bad it turned into a chocolate mess. Back then all the flea market was on grass and the show car field was on blacktop, and there used to be a ton of show cars there. Now all the flea market is on blacktop and the show car field is in grass, and if you know Hershey at all that is not where I would want to park any of my cars. The weather is notoriously rainy and this year was no acception so the field turned into mud. there weren't as many cars there as I remember and a lot of the cars there where definitely not what I remember. I realize that the the cars get one year newer every year but I don't care if a Pontiac Fiero is an antique or not it just doesn't look right there. I suppose I am getting older. I wanted to show my son a steam car, not one there. They still stick to the no hot rods or customs in the car corral or show field though. I personally would love to see a class for those. OK I'm done ranting. How was your trip to Hershey? Lets hear some stories from the past and see some pics from the better days there. I remember that Dad used to meet up with a bunch of guys he knew and would stay up late playing blue grass right in the middle of the flea market.