Even more cool photos from Evernham’s car show Tom Jensen @tomjensen100 Nov 28, 2016 at 1:11p ET Ray Evernham's fourth annual car show, Pt. 2 There were so many amazing cars at Ray Evernham’s fourth annual AmeriCarna LIVE Car Show that we couldn’t fit them all in a single photo gallery. So here is Round 2 from the event, which was presented by MSC Industrial Supply Co. and Autogeek.com to Support Young Adults with High-functioning Autism or Asperger’s Syndrome. Once you're done checking out these photos, go back and check out the first batch of classic rides here. Low Rider Here’s an exceptionally clean custom 1964 Cadillac that doubtless would be a night at cruise night. Black beauty World War II-era Fords were exceptionally popular not only when new, but later for use as hot rods and race cars. Little Red Corvette The late, great Prince sang about the joys of the Little Red Corvette. Thinking he would have liked this one for sure. Thunder Road This classic Ford looks like something Robert Mitchum would have hauled white lightning with in the classic film “Thunder Road.” Off-road warrior Who needs pavement when you’ve got a built Toyota to tackle the desert, the woods or the mountains? Yenko power If you saw a 1969 Camaro with the Yenko logo on it, you knew it was fast. Put on the Brakes Drag racer Doug Herbert has done great work educating teens about safe driving through his “Put on the Brakes” program. Fit for The King Remember when Richard Petty raced Pontiacs? The guy who owns this Grand Prix sure does. Here comes da' judge Pontiac didn’t make very many yellow 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge convertibles — 108, to be exact. Truckin' There were a ton of cool trucks of every description at the show — old, new, stock, modified, you name it, it was there. White trash Back in the 1960s and ‘70s, drag racing cars carried clever — and occasionally non-PC — nicknames more often than they carried sponsor logos. Pony car The original Ford Mustang, which debuted in April 1964, revolutionized the automotive landscape in the mid-1960s. Patina primer The rust-colored primer gives this vintage truck an aging patina, but it was obviously built to a high standard. Awesome Bill Here’s a tribute car built to honor NASCAR Hall of Fame member Bill Elliott. The right channel This vintage truck has been heavily channeled so that the body sits very low on the frame. Pure Porsche As sports cars go, they don’t come much cleaner or simpler than a vintage Porsche roadster from the 1950s. Wagon master Before SUVs, crossovers and even minivans, station wagons like this 1959 Chevrolet ruled the American roads. Family hauler There’s a big, fat supercharger sitting about the engine in this vintage Plymouth station wagon. Suicide doors The rear doors on 1960s Lincoln Continentals opened outward from the back, earning them the nickname “suicide doors.” Trans Am Here’s a rarity from the mid-1970s, a Pontiac Trans Am without the huge screaming chicken decal on the hood.