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In the town where I live we have a lot of historic buildings and we're a tourist destinations for all kinds of folks. We're especially blessed by visits from car clubs. There lots of vintage autos, trucks, tractors, etc. that are seen here frequently. I have a ton of pictures in my Automata Gallery, but I selected this one because it is a personal favorite that has gotten virtually no traffic since I posted it on FAA.
Cindy, thanks for starting this thread, I would love to participate since I have quite a few vintage cars. William, that's one of my favorite shots of yours. Had already voted and made a comment - but I was allowed to vote again. Eddie, enjoyed all your Mt. Rainier Series . . . ditto for the other cars above. Here's one of my favorites, captured in your neck of the woods, William, about an hour South of you in Cuba, Missouri. My niece and I were traveling along Route 66 to see what we could discover last summer. We checked into the Wagon Wheel Motel, which has been in continuous operation for 75 years, and discovered these vintage automobiles parked in back when we returned from dinner. It was quite a find. The auto in the foreground is a 1948 Chevrolet, background one is a 1935 Chevy.