ABCD was a success! It was crazy windy and cool but there was a pretty good turnout.
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Were you not totally blown away by the wide variety of Classic and Modern, Micro and Mini, Unusual and Rare vehicles present? Thank you all for coming out despite the high winds and cooler temperatures. The Winning vehicles are posted on our Facebook page and website.
The official count of vehicles on the field was 240. Our largest class was the mighty MGs with a whopping 43 vehicles. Next the Jaguar's at 31 followed by the German, Italian, and Triumph classes of 16 each.
Due to the Tornado that touched down in Canton, the Great Australian Meat Pie Truck wasn't able to get through downed trees to attend. The Texas Burrito truck was disabled due to a broken drive train so The Butcher's Son came out instead! Whew. While a little cool, What's the Scoop did some brisk business!
Just heard that the MAVERICK- Porsche Club of America is donating $100 to the RPM Foundation and has challenged the other car clubs to match their gift. RPM assists young car enthusiasts to pursue career opportunities in the car collector industry by providing scholarships, apprenticeships, and curriculum to educational institutions.
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