De­spite the Fleet­wood Main Street de­tours, about 300 ve­hi­cles en­tered Early Ford V-8 Club show

The Kutztown Area Patriot - - LOCAL NEWS -

July 4th pro­vided some fine weather and an equally fine as­sort­ment of an­tique, clas­sic and cus­tom cars and trucks for the an­nual Show ’N’ Shine in the Park. Pro­moted by the Hawk Mt. Re­gional Group of the Early Ford V-8 Club, the car show at­tracted about 300 en­tries to Fleet­wood Com­mu­nity Park.

Show ’N’ Shine in the Park is a non-judged car show and flea mar­ket and in­cludes mu­sic, re­fresh­ments, door prizes and a cash draw­ing. Pro­ceeds from the show ben­e­fit the Key­stone Wounded War­riors or­ga­ni­za­tion.


Red, white and blue to the core! That’s Sue and Don Hugh­man­ick ar­riv­ing at the 4th of July Fleet­wood car show in their rally Mus­tang.

This sharp look­ing 1929 Ford Tu­dor Sedan street rod is the pride and joy of Dean Stump of Kutz­town.

Royce Haag of Bow­ers en­ters the Fleet­wood Com­mu­nity Park in his el­e­gant 1926 Ford “T” street rod.

Tom Orth showed his vin­tage dirt track stock car and had it loaded on a mag­nif­i­cent hauler to boot.

Some­thing for ev­ery­body. A club vol­un­teer di­rects the driver of this late model Corvette to a park­ing spot while a re­stored vin­tage Dodge waits next in line to en­ter Fleet­wood Park on the 4th of July.

Cars of all shapes and sizes were on hand for the an­nual 4th of July Show ‘N’ Shine in the Park car show at Fleet­wood Park. I won­der how many horse­power this nifty lit­tle blue con­vert­ible has?

Hal and Sharen Messer’s “Per­for­mance Red” 1952 Chevy Bel Air at the Fleet­wood 4th of July car show.

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