Wayne Cook
September 7, 2007

The 28th annual edition of the American Handcrafted Auto Show was held this year at Knott's Berry Farm in Buena Park, California on Saturday and Sunday April 28th and 29th. The AHC show is always interesting but it was even more fun than usual this year because after the Knott's Berry Farm exhibition a special cruise to the Huntington Beach Pier was held. Once there the cars were to reassemble for the second half of the show. As usual Factory Five Racing was a strong presence and there were several other manufacturers as well. Factory Five brought several new and interesting cars with them for show at their busy exhibit.

The level of craftsmanship on most of the vehicles in attendance was amazing with spectacular project results to be seen everywhere we turned. The big block Cobras were dominant this year but there were other Ford product replicas also including but not limited to the GT 40, Shelby Daytona Coupes, and even the '32 Ford. While we can't show you each and every beautiful car we saw we did shoot photos of some of our favorites. Come take a stroll with and we'll show you just a few of the cars we thought were of particular interest.

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