Happening nearby: Taking a shine to car show Posted: July 11, 2015 1678 A proud owner polishes his 1950 Custom Mercury at the 7th annual Edmonds car show benefiting local charities. This year the show — coordinated by long-time Edmonds community volunteer Alvin Rutledge — was held in the Dick’s Drive-In parking lot. (Photos by David Carlos) Jerry Lial, Sr. sits in the back of his 1941 Buick. He got the car in 1994. “It took about a year to decide what I wanted to do with it,” he said. “And then a little money here, a little money there.” The rear seat is original, but the front seats are from a Cadillac. It’s got a 350 Chevy engine, and Camaro 4-speed transmission. “I wanted it to be MY car,” he added. A 1965 Chevy Corvette. Jackie King sits in her 1947 Plymouth 2-Door Deluxe Coupe. A 1956 Ford F-100. Owner Don Ross poses with his 1964 Amphicar, which travels by land or sea. He once rode it on the Montlake Cut when the waves were especially choppy. The car was bouncing “like a submarine. Had a friend with me, and he says, ‘I don’t want to do that again!'” Taking a Dick’s burger break next to a 1941 Ford Convertible.