SHOW ’N’ SHINE ON JULY 4TH
Despite the Fleetwood Main Street detours, about 300 vehicles entered Early Ford V-8 Club show
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.
CARL HESS — FOR DIGITAL FIRST MEDIA
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.