Seeing the Confederate Flag completely out of context never ceases to amaze. I wonder what Hungarians and Slovaks think of Stonewall Jackson.

All photos by Peter Orosz, except where noted.

Toyota is quality.

The skull was on a boattail Riviera and it looked awesome.

Photo Credit: Natalie Polgar

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Ask Hungarians about child health and safety!

A group of Slovaks chilling with their ‘Stang.

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Hungarian DIY whitewalls.

Csúcs means awesome. The Buick was awesome. Come on—compared to a Trabi?

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The one car I would have driven off with is this post-war Caddy.

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Suicide door Mark III Continental.

It’s not like Hungarians don’t know what duct tape is and how it can fix your splendid 500 cubic inch Cadillac.

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Brown is somehow the perfect color for this car.

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Isn’t Amerika wunderbar?

Model year ‘99 Hungarian meets model year ‘91 Caprice. All is well.

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This ‘Vette was driven by a very cool grandma, with her grandkid riding shotgun.

Erik contemplates a Pontiac’s rear.

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We had better food later in the day.

One lucky attendee could win this wonderful 1980-something Dodge.

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The place to spend time was inside the fort’s entrance, listening to lazy American V8’s chugging away.