September 18, 2014

Standish depot hosts car show

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One of the vintage Ford vehicles on display at the Standish depot’s vintage car show.
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People milled around the cars on display at the depot at the car show.
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A 1929 Chevrolet was one of the few non-Ford vehicles at the car show.
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Joan and Tom Randall of Lake have a seat inside their 1930 Model A.
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Betty and Tom Shoulders of Mio sit with their 1928 Model A vehicle at the depot’s vintage car show.
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Dressed in period clothes, Nic, left, and Chris Wiggins of Midland take a lunch break from exhibiting one of their cars, alongside the depot’s own 1950s rail cars.
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Vintage cars from the 1910s-1930s gleam in the sunlight of a hot summer day at the depot.
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Pat Pifer and his dog Zippy take a lunchtime break in the shade during the car show.
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Ami and Saumal Patwari came from Detroit to see the Model A and T show at the Standish Historical Depot.
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A 1924 American LaFrance fire engine was parked at the depot as part of the car show.
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Vince Pizzo and Maxine Kirvan pose alongside a 1929 Model A.
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Jim Sims of Reed City sits with a 1917 Model T.
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About 55 cars were lined up in front of the Standish Historical Depot June 30 as part of the depot’s first Model A and Model T car show.
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By Kevin Bunch
Staff Writer | news@arenacindependent.com
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STANDISH — Standish hosted a Model A and Model T vintage car show at the Standish Historical Depot June 30, which included an ice cream social and prizes. According to Heritage Route President Curt Hillman, about 55 cars were registered for the event.

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