Tuesday, September 1, 2015

A Show Filled With History

Referring to yourself as "historic" may sound like a bit of a brag but in the case of the Historic Glendale Collector Car Show this is a mere fact. Held in the Village Square shopping area of this small village, the car show boasted a vast amount of historically important cars. The village itself was the first planned subdivision in America. For that it is the only village that has been designated a National Historic Landmark. For more on this beautiful village, I recommend you check out their official web site (http://www.glendaleohio.org/) as well as web sites for the Glendale Museum (http://www.glendalemuseum.com/main.html) as well as that of Glendale Heritage Preservation (http://glendaleheritage.org/).
For cool show cars, how about a Willys Jeep, a Chevelle, some green Plymouth muscle, a Z 28, an Olds 442, and a Chevy Malibu wagon.

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