Every Father's Day, our local Iron Mine Heritage Museum has an antique car show on Father's Day. We have attended many years. It is basically free (except for a mere $3.00 parking fee) and we always love seeing the old cars.
I thought it might be fun to photograph the cars and some of their extraordinary features for my readers to see. So, here goes!:
I loved both the color and style of this old Cadillac!:
Aren't those "lipstick" rear lights just the BEST?:
I would love to have this trunk, isn't it cute?
I liked this model, too!:
I think my older brother's first car was almost identical to this one. It was already old when he got it in 1966! I think this one is a 1950's era car:
I also loved peeking into the interior of the cars and seeing what the simple dashboards looked like:
Don't you want to climb into the "rumble seat" and go for a ride in the country?:
I LOVED this stylish, classy FORD hood ornament too!
Did you know that at one time, you could order a car from Sears? There was a man there that said his Dad bought one for $350.00 (which was a LOT of money back in the day!):
I loved this classy FORD spare tire on the rear of one of the cars:
Loved the red wheels on this car. I don't think the original car had them in red, but when they restored this one, they had it painted that way: