AACA - CHESAPEAKE REGION

                    Recent Event Photographs

2017  Antique Car Show - Fire Museum of Maryland

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The weather was perfect for our annual antique car show at the Fire Museum of Maryland.

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Members Robert and Michael Natale were our show managers, registering participants and coordinating activities with the Museum volunteers.

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Attendance surpassed our expectations and provided for a very interesting array of collector vehicles.

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A 1951 Packard is flanked by a pair of 1963 Ford Thunderbirds.

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Bill's 1954 DeSoto leads off this row.

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Friends gather around Charles and his Packard 38 Touring Car.

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Owners with newer vintage collector cars attended also, bringing Chrysler Crossfires, a Porsche and a Corvette.

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A Chrysler Crossfire convertible was displayed adjacent to John's 1954 Hudson Hornet.

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Al, Beth, Gary and Norm enjoy the nice car show weather.

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Charles with his Packard 38 Touring Car.

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Mark and Alice's 1979 Dodge Lil' Red Express Truck.

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Norm's 1950 Ford Coupe.

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Gary's 1963 Chevrolet Impala 409.

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Leigh's exquisite 1930 Packard.

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Morton's 1934 Hispano-Suiza.

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A 60-year automotive contrast: Buzz's 1990 Corvette and William's 1930 Pierce-Arrow.

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Howard's 1971 Chevrolet Corvette.

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William's 1930 Pierce-Arrow.

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A Fox 45 television cameraman attending the show interviews veteran member Jerry about the Club and its history.

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Ken's 1947 Ford Convertible.

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Jon's 1936 Chrysler Airflow.

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A modern-day classic: the Chrysler Crossfire.

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Jerry's 2016 Chevrolet Corvette.

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Jim's 1951 Packard 200, back home again, after a recent long road trip.

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Ruth's 1972 Pontiac Grand Prix.

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David's 1947 Mercury convertible.

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Mark's 1961 Buick LeSabre.

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The Hispano-Suiza gets attention from some curious onlookers.

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The "Sponsor's Choice Award" was presented by our Antique Car Show sponsor, the Fire Museum of Maryland, to Leigh for his beautiful 1930 Packard.

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Leigh poses with his Sponsor's Choice Award, and his award-winning 1930 Packard.

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Chesapeake Region also presented an award to the Fire Museum of Maryland in appreciation for their many years of hosting our antique car show, and to their dedicated members for maintaining and displaying historic fire fighting equipment for the enjoyment of everyone.

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After a great day of perfect car show weather, and a great assembly of collector cars, our participants gather for a group photograph, bringing the event to a close. We sincerely thank our hosts and look forward to returning next year.