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August 31st 2013

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The Thunderbird takes flight over the Wellington County Museum

Time for the car show on a slant!

Sunday afternoon, August 25 the Wellington County Museum held the 38th Annual Antique and Classic Car Show.

Andy Anderson, Michael Woodman, Ian Hassler, John Wright, and Me! We all made it for a great afternoon.

The show was free to enter, and we got free food and drink, can't hate that.

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Bugsy, the Wonder Sprite, with two umbrellas

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Andy Anderson with son

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Andy's Family 1980 Mini

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George Snyder owns this 1952 MG TD
I have a feeling this is not all original

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Gerry Hancock's '79 MGB

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Faye and Don Darroch's 1975 MGB

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Ian Hasler's 1959 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud

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Greg and Sue Foard's 1961 MGA 1600

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Jaguar XK120 owned by John Wright

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1970 Jaguar E-Type owned by Dan Garry

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Leather and Goggles

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In the cockpit of this '76 MGB owned by Al and Jan Thatcher

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'68 WEMGB owned by W & E Molloy

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My Goodness

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'74 MGB owned by John Schaub

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1998 Jaguar XK8 owned by D'Arcy Black

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1972 MG Midget owned by Ian Evans

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2007 Lotus Elise owned by Michael Woodman

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1968 MGC owned by Brian Tidmarsh

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1961 Triumph TR3A owned by Bob and Judy Smith

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1975 Triumph Spitfire owned by Paul and Cathy Reitzel

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Bugsy's brother from another mother, a Jensen Healey

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Lotus 907

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1973 MGB GT owned by John and Yvonne Newbery

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And it's for sale
(now, if you read this in later 2013 and beyond it is most likeley sold)

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MGB V8 owned by Kevin Pesant

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That was pretty much it for the British cars in attendance. I did miss a Land Rover, oh well can't catch them all.

There were plenty of North American cars and a couple of local V-dubs.

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No explanation needed

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They look pretty normal, maybe sedate, in their Buick Grand National. But pretty much like any twenty something he lit it up when he got back on the road! :)

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This 1924 Model T Pickup owned by Greg and Robin Whaley won Best In Show

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