Sunday, June 18, 2017

A celebration of Man's mechanical ingenuity

Every year one of our local churches sponsors a classic car show called "Old Wheels". Vehicles of all shapes and sized and era's come by and are displayed for our viewing pleasure. Though there was a threat of storms yesterday there was a huge turnout with a wide variety of cars and trucks.  The oldest was a 1910 Brush runabout, closely followed by a 1923 Ford depot hack. There was a 1947 Studebaker pickup I Really had my eye on as well as a 1955 Thunderbird.

In addition there were vintage farm tractors, early motorcycles, and even a camper made up to look like a train!  The kids had pedal tractors to play on and a small train to ride around on as well. There was food, and fun, and festivities galore!  If you ever find yourself bored and want something to do just check out your local towns for fairs and festivals. It's worth the time to go!

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