Many of the cars at this big car show are starting to seem like old friends as I have run into them many times around town since moving to Albuquerque four years ago. I think I first shot this '36 Ford coupe three years ago at another show site with my Argus A2F.
My XA2 generally performed well with the Fuji 200. I was surprised, though, to find a couple shots underexposed by about two stops that were made in bright sun. A quick google search reveals that it is not an uncommon issue with the camera. People often recommend changing batteries, but I suspect the programming and placement of the auto-exposure system. I came across a comment by light-seal guru, Jon Goodman, suggesting that shading the light sensor under a high sun with your free fingers would alleviate the problem.