Nearly 60 antique cars participate in Hillsdale County Historical society car show

Raymond S. Hughes

Hillsdale County Historic Culture hosted its 1st traditional vehicle show Saturday at Will Carleton Poorhouse, next to Bob Evans Farms.

Sixty antique automobiles of all would make and versions were on display for local community associates to perspective.

“There were being 60 cars registered, such as a ‘horseless carriage,” claimed JoAnne Miller, a board member of the modern society.

Kathy Fowler was an organizer of the celebration and a board member of the modern society. She mentioned the modern society was delighted with how a lot of local community members and vehicles confirmed up for the first yr.

“We truly feel like it was a great turnout for the 1st calendar year,” Fowler said.

There also ended up many other functions obtainable, including tunes and excursions of a barn the culture just lately completed that retains quite a few historical displays from across the decades of Hillsdale County.

Miller said one particular of these shows was a fire motor that served the city of Hillsdale until finally the 1970s.

“The new barn had displays and featured our 1931 Seagrave Hearth Truck,” Miller reported.

Guests also experienced the chance to take a look at the Poorhouse.

“Many readers arrived to see them and also invested time in the Poorhouse where there had been pics and captions of aged gasoline stations and early automobiles,” said Miller.

Website visitors have been also inspired to bring their possess Hillsdale County memorabilia to share with other attendees and car or truck entrepreneurs experienced the option to win trophies for their vehicles.

A statement from the culture thanked the many persons who assisted place collectively the function.

“We felt we had excellent turnout for the first time and gained a good deal of constructive remarks,” it claimed.

One of the 60 entries in Saturday's classic car show.

A single of the 60 entries in Saturday’s traditional motor vehicle show.

Will Carleton Poorhouse was the location for Hillsdale County Historical Society's first classic car show.

Will Carleton Poorhouse was the site for Hillsdale County Historical Society’s first classic motor vehicle clearly show.

This short article at first appeared on Hillsdale Day-to-day Information: Antique cars showcased dat Hilldale historic modern society motor vehicle clearly show

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