The Creme De La Chrome Auto show is drawing thousands of auto enthusiasts to the Colorado Convention Center to see pristine examples of classics and customs. This is the 19th annual O’Reilly Auto Parts Rocky Mountain Auto Show. Hundreds of vehicles are on display. The event showcases premiere vehicles from every decade. The show runs November 27-29, 2015.
An incredibly preserved 1937 Bugatti is an example of the one-of-a-kind collector vehicles on display. There are also dozens of hot rods, many with flames, others in flawless neon finishes. The winner of the Creme De La Chrome award will receive $5000 and have his or her name inscribed on the 8-foot-tall trophy.
A Willys demonstrates why auto shows appeal to people of all ages. The spectacularly painted vehicle sits alongside two child-sized replicas. While there are plenty of the popular Chevrolet Corvettes and Ford Mustangs, there are also much rarer cars like a yellow and black Holden, straight from Australia.
There are also gleaming examples of Chevrolet’s best known “triple fives”. Chevy’s 1955, 1956 and 1957 models are considered some of the most collectible.
There is a beautifully restored navy blue Buick named after blue suede shoes. The car’s fins seem to stretch the length of the room and the engine is so clean that you could eat off of it.
The auto show also highlights unusual motorcycles and trucks.