Check out the location of the spare tire on this Ford convertible Roadster. Look in the back.. That's called a "rumble seat". It folds back and down. Two passengers can ride back there.
How did this 1950's Chevrolet Station Wagon get in here. Station wagons were the pre-mini vans. A station wagon was the "family car". A young couple and two or three children took this on vacation. Mom shopped for groceries in HER station wagon.
A 1937 Austin Salon. This one was used as a taxi. Austins were very popular small cars in the 1920's.
Ford V-8 engine. I think Ford was one of the first to come out with a "V" engine.
1930 Ford with a rumble seat. Look on both sides of the cars. There are dresses from that era, toys lanterns, gas cans - all kinds of interesting stuff in addition to the cars.
A Jukebox from the 1940's and 50's. Drop in a nickle or quarter and hear your favorite tune.
More old cars tomorrow.
We are planning a trip to a Roadtrek rally in Orlando, Florida next week. We'll be at the Central Florida Fairgrounds there.
Ron, Tippy and Treky