AACA - CHESAPEAKE REGION

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2020  Antique Car Breakfast Cruise-in - Sunshine Grille - Fork Maryland

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01 Chesapeake Region was finally able to schedule its annual antique car event at the Sunshine Grille on Saturday, August 15th.

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02 At opening time, the restaurant and surrounding parking lot were filled to capacity. The only absentee was the "sunshine"!

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03 This year, rather than promoted as an antique car show, we publicized the event as an antique car breakfast cruise-in.

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04 Turnout was tremendous: over 40 vehicles were eventually displayed on the show field.

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05 Many attendees brought chairs and assembled in groups to enjoy the day together.

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06 Buick was well represented.

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07 Gary's Ford Mustang.

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08 A C-4 Chevrolet Corvette...

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09 A C-3 Chevrolet Corvette...

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10 ... and a C-2 Chevrolet Corvette

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11 Tom's "movie star" 1960 Chevrolet

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12 Pontiac circa 1980

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13 Michael's 1965 Corvair Corsa Coupe

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14 A BMW Z4

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15 Phil's 1962 Corvair Rampside

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16 Robert's 1965 Buick Riviera

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17 Ruth's 1972 Pontiac Grand Prix

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18 The first generation Mustang

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19 A stylish early pickup truck

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20 A fourth-generation Mustang Coupe

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21 A fourth-generation Mustang Convertible

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22 1932 Buick Limosine

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23 Chevrolet Camaro

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24 Chevrolet Camaro

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25 A Plymouth Duster

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26 A "Deuce Coupe"

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27 Lil' Red Truck

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28 Barracuda

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29 Chevrolet Nova

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30 Ford Pickup

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31 Chevrolet Chevelle Wagon

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32 A big Buick in traditional green.

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33 Pat discusses his 1980 Cadillac with a visitor.

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34 Not your average Mustang

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35 Gary's Big Bronze Buick convertible.

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36 Another big Buick in the traditional, favorite lime green color.

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37 Dueling political partisans.

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38 A 1940 Chevrolet Coupe - as the Great Depression ended and World War II was about to begin.

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39 Jim's 1950 Ford Custom Sedan

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40 The date of our car event: August 15th 2020, coincided with the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II.

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41 Known also as V-J Day (Victory over Japan Day), it commemorates the day on which Imperial Japan surrendered in World War II.

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42 Commemorating the occasion was the car show participant who brought his 1941(?) Studebaker Commander

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43 Gone were the 1930s era "running boards" and the ill-named Studebaker model "Dictator"

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44 Studebaker production unfortunately ceased in 1966, despite a valiant effort to compete in the emerging small-car market.

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45 Surely Paula, our Chesapeake Region President would love to be driving the "Little Deuce Coupe", home from the show... but "power shifting" will need to wait for a bit more healing!