Walking through the Coker Tire Cruise-In area is a weird feeling. There are a lot of old brown brick buildings that date back to when “industrial” really meant industrial, when things were getting built, when smoke, fire, and a lot of noise and sweat equity was needed to make a living. On the other hand, there are a bunch of apartment buildings going up, reflecting the gentrification of the area. Coker Tire and Honest Charley’s Speedshop are still in the buildings made of brick with the wood and concrete floors, but other brick buildings nearby are shells, empty of just about everything. It makes for an interesting backdrop to shoot cars with, for sure. The cars themselves speak only so much, especially when there is only a short amount of time to go before the weather makes the shift from bad to worse. We kept on, trying to see everything that had rolled in and parked up for the show, and we still have more to come, but for now, you can click on a photo below to see more from Chattanooga!