A Lincoln Car Club stopped at the Sutton Museum on June 19th at the beginning of their all-day Mystery Tour.
This Shriner group is mainly a "Muscle Car" club. They filled the street in front of the museum and, since I had my camera handy, I thought I'd admire their rides while they admired our museum.
|One does not see this kind of view on North Way Avenue very often.|
|An Olds convertible from about...1968ish. Correct me if I'm wrong.|
|Not really from the classic muscle car era, but we'll give it a pass. Yes.|
|I like the juxtaposition of these two in front of the 1899 school house.|
|'64 Chevy Impala, isn't it?|
|All started, running and pulling out on the way to the Filling Station Restoration downtown.|
|All right, Chris Lieb's place was likely the main attraction for the car club to begin their day in Sutton, but we enjoyed hosting them for a bit. This was the Star of the Show.|
|A Spiffy Pickup. Chris was working on the headlights a day or two earlier when I stopped to coordinate the visit. He also needed to get the doors and seats installed by Friday. He got the doors on.|
|A Work in Progress.|