Jamestown Bean Festival- Saturday only after 5 p.m. on Washington Road in Jamestown. This festival provides a parade, live enjoyment, Opera house tour, vehicle display, bingo, and tons of bean soup and cornbread. (937)307-1765.
1971 was the first year of this body fashion, however there was a significant difference between it and the 1972. In 1972, GM deleted the flow via ventilation system from all of the model traces. This intended the 1972 doesn't have the vents in the back again deck ahead of the trunk lid.
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The subsequent team to motor down towards Blake Street from the staging area was the Denver Firefighter IAFF Local 858 in a wonderful white vintage hearth truck. This was one of a number of vintage hearth vehicles that would rumble their way down the parade route. Now, I am a big enthusiast of Cadillac and if you have seen my prior posts you may keep in mind that I have a 1972 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible, so I was extremely happy to see the Rocky Mountain Region of the Cadillac Lasalle Club cruising the parade route. They had some stunning cars in the parade such as a blue 1959 Cadillac Sedan Deville, burgundy 1947 Cadillac Sedanette and a Gold 1966 Cadillac Sedan Deville just to name a couple of.
Vendors are welcome to go to. A 10x10 space is accessible for a donation of $100 (1-hundred) each for non-food vendors; $150 for meals vendors. Space is limited and reserved only in progress on a initial-come foundation. Make sure you register for vendor space by telephone at 720.327.9207.
Given that it was a lovely day and pretty heat to boot, I was just a happy to see the Rocky Mountain MG Car Club to be the next club represented in the parade. This group was all smiles, with the tops down and horns honking. There had been several MGBs, a early '50s MG TD and probably the most rare of the group a MG Magnette (and I am guessing that it is the previously ZA model). Lastly, we had the Z Car Club of Colorado. They had a wonderful team of Z vehicles that included Datsun 240Zs all the way up to the more contemporary Nissan 350Z.
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had been made of metal. Since metal can rust, the classic car proprietor should keep the paint in good condition. Washing at minimum every two months and monthly waxing assists to keep the paint in great condition.
The ceremony was started a lot like Nascar. A prayer was sent up, and then proprietors of rebuilt vehicles resembling the original cars in the show experienced a Dixie sounder. On hand for the opening "bell" were 20 General Lee chargers, three sheriff cars, Manager Hogg's caddy, and a few jeeps. In addition to the typical vehicles anticipated, also on hand was an orange motorcycle, proudly displaying the well-known "01" logo on the sides.
Fall City Nights- Friday five p.m. to ten p.m.- Downtown Dayton on Main Road and Third Road. Companies and eating places will offer unique discounts and art galleries and specialty stores will be open. Live entertainment on the primary middle stage in Courthouse Sq. and attributes bands such as Dayton Gay Men's Chorus and Systems Go-Air Force Band.