AACA - CHESAPEAKE REGION

                    Recent Event Photographs

2019   Antique Car Show - Baltimore Museum of Industry

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Our Chesapeake Region, AACA held its annual, invitational antique car show at the Baltimore Museum of Industry on a beautiful, sunny August Sunday.

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The turnout of antique vehicles was one of the largest, most diverse we have ever experienced at the Baltimore Museum of Industry.

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Antique vehicles filled the two parking lots that were set aside for our show.

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As an early arival, Joanne had her pick of where to display her beautiful 1959 Chevrolet Corvette.

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Many others followed, and by Noon we had an impressive display of vehicles.

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Lyle's 1955 Dodge three-tone Coronet.

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Tom's 2005 Ford Thunderbird.

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Ray and Doris' 1966 Chevrolet Corvette.

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Russell's 1964 Chevrolet Chevelle Station Wagon.

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The Jeepster on display drew lots attention.

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Robert's 1956 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight 2Dr hardtop.

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Mark's 1990 Ford Mustang LX Convertible.

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A rare sight: side-by-side Chevrolet Corvair Rampsides.

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Phil's red 1962 and Andrew's green 1961.

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Andrew, Phil and Shelly pose for a photograph in front of their vehicles.

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Mike's stunning, red 1956 Chevrolet Belair convertible.

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Jim's 1966 Cadillac convertible.

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Buzz's 1990 Chevrolet Corvette.

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Jon's 1936 Chrysler Airflow.

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Jeff's 1970 Plymouth Barracuda.

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Mike's 1949 Chevrolet Deluxe Sport Coupe.

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Butch's 1949 Dodge Coronet

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Dave's 1954 Citroen.

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Tom's 1947 Dodge Pickup.

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Marcia & Joe's 1970 Chrysler TC.

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Marcia & Joe's 1957 Ford Thunderbird.

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Kevin's 1990 Mitsubishi Mini-Van.

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Known officially as a "MiniCab Bravo-AX High-Roof"

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... the "Export Certificate" to get it to the USA.

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... and a brief history of its journey.

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Chris' 1960 Buick Electra.

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Stan's 1958 Dodge Coronet 4-dr Hardtop.

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Ruth's 1947 Cadillac.

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Jerry's 1954 Kaiser Manhattan.

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Henry III's 1961 International Harvester Scout.

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Bill looks over a discussion of Stan's 1958 Dodge Coronet.

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Tom's 1965 Ford Pickup.

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Ed's 1930 Ford Model A.

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The Scott's Nash Metropolitan.

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Bob's 1965 Buick Riviera.

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Mike's 1965 Chevrolet Corvair.

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An easy to park Fiat.

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Farewell!

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Scott's 1974 International Harvestor 200 truck, carrying quite an interesting load.

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A mid-70s Chevrolet El Camino.

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Gary with his newly-acquired Mustang GT Convertible.

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Club President Paula performed "Officer of the Day" duties, signing in participants and recruiting four new members to our Chesapeake Region.

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Many participants brought their own seating for relaxation within the large pavilion.

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Activities Director, Phil arranged for lunch order and pickup from a local restaurant.

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Throughout the day visitors strolled among the antique cars, admiring their design and talking with the owners.

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Spied admiring the Corvette, this boy was all smiles when, with his mother's permission, he was invited to sit inside.

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His younger sister also accepted the invitation.

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As the show concluded mid-afternoon, a representative of the Museum, our sponsors, selected their favorite car on display. Henry Chaudron was the winner, for his 1955 Pontiac Starchief.

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The Sponsor's Choice Award.

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Henry's winning 1955 Pontiac Starchief.

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Our large group of participants gathered for a group photograph.

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Many participants took advantage of the opportunity to go inside the Museum and tour the wonderful exhibits of Baltimore's prominent industrial history.

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Items displayed from the City's past bring back memories to those Baltimoreans that experienced it.

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For younger Baltimoreans, it's an education on the origins of the many personal conveniences now taken for granted.

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... and how it was back when small appliances were "repaired" rather than "replaced", the common practice today.



Our Chesapeake Region of the Antique Automobile Club of America sincerely appreciates the Baltimore Museum of Industry sponsoring our annual, antique car show and we look forward to returning next year.