AACA - CHESAPEAKE REGION

                    Recent Event Photographs

2017  Antique Car Show: Baltimore Museum of Industry

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On a clear, warm Sunday in August, Chesapeake Region held its annual Antique Car Show at the Baltimore Muaeum of Industry on Key Highway, in downtown Baltimore.

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Invitations went out for anyone with an antique car to participate. Over 30 members and antique car owner guests took part in the event.

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This group of cars is lead by Charles' 1952 Buick Roadmaster. Those four "portholes" identify the Buick as the top-of-the line Roadmaster model.

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This group is lead by Jim's 1932 Ford Roadster - an iconic "deuce coupe."

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Colby's 1956 Chevrolet Belair convertible was one of many red vehicles on the show field.

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Phil's 1963 Corvair Rampside.

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Henry and Carol's 1955 Pontiac, beside Gary and Paula's newly-purchased 2007 Mustang California Special.

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John's 1965 Plymouth Baracuda between Ron's 1966 Oldsmobile and John and Lois' 1956 Ford Pickup.

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Al's 2008 Saturn Sky and Kenny's 1947 Ford convertible.

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Ron chats with some visitors about "Big Red" his impressive 1966 Oldsmobile 98 Convertible.

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John's 1990 Buick Reatta.

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Jerry's 1954 Kaiser Manhattan.

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Colby's 1956 Chevrolet Belair Convertible.

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Jim's 1932 Ford Roadster.

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Lyles 1955 Dodge Coronet.

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Bill's 1954 DeSoto Firedome.

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Max's 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle.

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Hank and Susan's 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle.

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Henry and Carol's 1955 Pontiac Starchief.

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Gary and Paula's recently acquired 2007 Mustang California Special.

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Some members gathered with others at the tables in the shade of the pavilion.

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Others toured the great displays inside the Museum of Industry and relaxed quietly in the pleasant surroundings.

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From the pavilion, vistas of the Baltimore harbor and skyline are inviting.

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Private and public vessels are docked at the nearby pier, including those of the Downtown Sailing Center.

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Prominent in the distance is the large iconic sign of Domino Sugar.

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The Inner Harbor World Trade Center building is now dwarfed by the large buildings of Inner Harbor East.

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Our Officer of the Day was Kenny Stevenson, here posing beside our Club banner.

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Kenny presents the Sponsor's Choice Award to Bob Battista for his 1957 Ford Pickup.

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Bob's award-winning 1957 Ford Pickup.

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Members gather for a group photograph at the end of another successful antique car show at the Baltimore Museum of Industry.


Our thanks to the Baltimore Museum of Industry, Kenny Stevenson, and the many antique car owners who joined with our Chesapeake Region members at the event. We're glad you attended and welcome you to join our club.