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Classic Car show rolls into town

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MICHAEL SEIBER

The Ellis County Press

LANCASTER - A classic car show was held over the Memorial Day weekend.

Midlothian Classic Wheels , "the little club with a big heart", brought a number of its members with cars and trucks ranging from the 30s to the 70s into town Saturday, May 29.

The car show is an annual event put on by D&D Auto ow-ner Don Cornelius, held across the businesses of D&D Auto, Ashley Pawn, I-35 Transmission and NAPA Auto Parts,

located on the eastbound frontage road of I-35 E North of Pleasant Run Road.

Many vehicles were on display including a blue 66 Chevy pickup owned by James and Josephine Smith. The old pickup won "Class Winner" in the stock truck class.

In honor of Memorial Day, our military soldiers were remembered for their service and sacrifices to and for their country.


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used limousines 07/30/2012 01:54:10
To have a classic car show in your own city is a very rare opportunity and I never going to forget the good memories and a well experience which I personally have their.
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