Antique cars line the lot at Standish’s Richardson Ford

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William Nelson of Kawkawlin, Eldon Chalupa of Pinconning, and Tom Nelson of Kawkawlin check out a Model A at the antique car show in Standish July 13.
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Classic cars line the parking lot at Richardson Ford in Standish July 13.
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Eric and Shirley Burghardt of Davison showcased their Model A at Richardson Ford.
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Matthew Tedrow takes a seat in a 1917 Touring.
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John Glasson of Almont talks about the last minute engine work his 1915 Model T needed to make it to the car show. He said the original engine “had a heart attack” and he had to quickly get a replacement engine rebuilt within a week to make it to the show.
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The best of show trophies were awarded to people who received enough votes by attendees of the show.
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Donald Spresny of Standish talks to a showgoer about his 1924 fire truck, which was featured in the film “Alleged” about the Scopes evolution trial.
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Wesley Frick of Gladwin shows off his 1929 Oakland, one of the few non-Ford vehicles on display.
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Pam and Gilbert Moorman of Grand Blanc brought their award-winning 1925 Model T Touring to the show. The car is the winner of a body restoration Antique Automobile Club of America senior grand-national winner.
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The dashboard of a 1930 Model A owned by Standish’s Mina Stodolak.
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Keara Dixon of Standish played the part of DJ during the car show, playing classic songs from the Model A and Model T era for attendees.
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A 1917 Touring takes a quick jaunt around Richardson Ford, hopping onto US-23 for a brief time.
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A 1931 Ford Dump Truck was among the trucks on display at the car show.
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Mrs. James (Merrelyn) Brand of Canadian Lakes sits with her 1926 Model T, inviting visitors to try and figure out how to blow the car’s horn.
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Show organizer Curt Hillman makes some announcements regarding the show’s awards.
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A 1914 Model T Depot Hack was one of the cars displayed at the Model A and Model T Car Show.

Model A’s, Model T’s and their contemporary cars and trucks filled the parking lot at Richardson Ford in Standish July 13 for an antique car show. A joint effort between the Standish Historical Depot and the dealership, about 48 vehicles and their owners came from across Michigan, from as close as Standish to as far as cities like Dearborn. Sloppy Joes were served for lunch, and an ice cream social was held at 2 p.m.


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