This is a view of the antiques row from behind. In the distance are the customs. The odd
round object in the right foreground is an quite loud speaker. Courtesy chairs and tents for tired or hot
visitors can be seen also.
Next is a very unusual '31 Ford Model A convertible that returns from last year. It is owned by the same friend who
owns the '48 Packard woodie wagon and a couple of other Packards featured last year. He told me this particular
Ford model had a total production of 5500 cars (if I remember right) and that 80 percent of them went straight
to the docks to be shipped to Europe. Beyond it you can see part of his 1923 Packard Sport.
Here is a pretty good quarter view of the '23 Packard Sport. Beyond it you can see the front of the '48 Woodie
wagon, another returnee from previous years and always a crowd favorite.
This last photo is again the Packard Sport but from the front. Behind it you can see a pretty nice '51 Chevy
Fastback Coupe, owned by another good friend who also owns a '57 Jaguar XK140 Coupe I have been working on
for almost a year. Sadly, we were unable to get it ready in time for this show. This is all I had time to get
in the Antiques class this year as the whole morning was taked up with other duties. Maybe next year we'll have
more time for pictures.