Nothing says vintage cars like a family trip to an A & W or other hamburger stand on a soft summer evening, with the window tray hanging by the driver's window and ready for burgers and fries to be passed inside to waiting and hungry small fry. The glove box door was also designed to be level when open to hold a drink or two for the driver and front passenger. This was on a 1949 Plymouth Deluxe brought by Mike and Judy Ostler of Pasco.
DAYTON–The 29th Annual All Wheels Weekend was a hit, a blast from the past and present, and by all accounts, a resounding success.
Friday afternoon, the traffic began to pick up and by early evening, vintage and newer cars, trucks, 4X4s and rigs of all sorts were busily plying Main Street from one end to another.
Saturday, some 353 vehicles were registered to Show and Shine, as breeziness and...