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Ford was well represented at this year's 3rd Annual Cruisin' To a Cure in Lawrenceburg. Among the many cars on display was a Pinto, a Starliner, an Econoline van, a 1965 Fairlane, a 1967 Fairlane, a beauty from 1953, a 1969 Galaxie, and a couple of different generation Thunderbirds.
The number of mid century Chevys that were on hand at the Lawrenceburg Classic Car Show could have put on a show all by themselves. But when several hundred other cars are on hand you can only be amazed by the quality of the Chevys on display.
Among the hundreds of cars that packed the downtown area of Lawrenceburg were a very large gathering of Chevy Bel Airs and other mid century Bow Tie vintage rides. Today and tomorrow I'll be posting a bunch of photos of many of these great cars.
It's time to head back to the great show this spring in Lawrenceburg. The downtown area of this small river city was literally shut down to accommodate all of the great cars that were on display. That's why, for the next couple of weeks, I'll be posting more photos from that amazing show. Today we get a look at some customs and street rods as well as a couple of pretty sweet low riders.
In addition these being the last of the oldest car pictures I took at the City of Sharonville Classic Car Show, they also make up the last post from that show. I hope you enjoyed it. Among the cars is a Packard One Eighty, a 1946 Mercury, a Ford Mainliner, a 1941 Plymouth, another Packard, and a 1941 Chevy. As always, feel free to leave me a message here or drop me an email at email@example.com.