Hot cars, cool employees

Director John Njord talks to Frank Pisani from UDOT Planning

Today, Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) employees were treated to an appreciation picnic and car show at the Calvin Rampton Complex.

It was very warm outside but the food was delicious and the company was even better! As a bonus, employees brought cars to show during the lunch. Director John Njord and Deputy Director Carlos Braceras welcomed and thanked all employees one by one.

Deputy Director Carlos Braceras was part of the welcome team

Food cooked outside always seems to taste better!

UDOT employees enjoy lunch. Notice a few cars in the background.

Brothers Chuck and Nile Easton stand by a '69 Triumph TR 6.

Barry Sharp removes the top from his 1973 Porche 911 Targa. He considers the car part of his family. Barry rebuilt the engine..."THAT was an experience!" he said.

Craig Sorensen owns this 1971 Chevy pickup. Four years of work went into making the truck great for going "outcatn" (see the license plate).

Steve and Denice McCarthy stand between their 1969 Chevrolet Camero and 1929 Ford Model A.

32 thoughts on “Hot cars, cool employees”

  1. Marian Fazik

    Very nice old-timers and one amazing hobby for a man! I like it too, but it costs much time to keep it in top beauty and in operating status. Unfortunately I don’t have. So, I keep my finger crossed for you!
    P.: Beauty women belong to nice cars too!

  2. steve

    great pictures love the 911 targa , i have been trying to buy one but here in the uk they are like 15,000 gbp for a standard oldie , let me know if anyone has one that needs work plus any tips on what to look out for

  3. Richar

    Very nice old-timers and one awesome hobby for a man! I like it too, however it expenses significantly time to help keep it in best beauty and in operating its costly. Unfortunately I don’t time to do that. So, I maintain my finger crossed for you! What are those girls? Beautiful ladies there ….belong to nice automobiles too!

  4. Luis

    Definitively some nice hot cars. I have done a lot of work restoring headlamps on some of these type of cars. Very nice.

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