Bay State Antique Auto Club Holds 44th Anniversary Show
The Bay State Antique Auto Club celebrates its anniversary every second week of July, and this year was no different. On July 12, 2015, the club held its 44th car show at Endicott State in Dedham, Massachusetts. It was a fine, sunny day, ripe for the spectacular event highlighted by some of the premier antique vehicles the world has ever known.
The highlights of the event include the:
– The Cadillac brand had seen better days during the late 1920s and early 1930s when the luxury car market collapsed. The company had to revoke its policy of discouraging sales to African Americans to increase purchases, and by 1940s.
– This one was in chocolate brown during the show. Owned by Alice Winters, this car looks like chocolate fountain, a happy treat for any grand event.
1936 Ford “Woodie”
– In 1936, Ford marketed a little more than 7,000 Woodie Station Wagons. This means that there are literally thousands of Woodies out there, but the car simply looks polished and amazing, really vintage and luxurious. Any Woodie would be a typical display at any antique car show.
1937 DeSoto Coupe
– DeSoto cars were massively produced in the early 1930s. Still, the two-door coupe looks stunning, and its large trunk remains its most distinct feature.
1940 Ford Delivery Van
– Not many trucks or large cars ever get displayed in antique car shows, but the 1940 Ford Delivery Van must be a good exception. It’s curvy and spacious – a really interesting old car design.
Other equally stunning antique cars on display that day include a 1955 Cadillac, 1957 Chrysler New Yorker Convertible, 1962 Studebaker, 1966 Chevrolet Convertible, and even a Mercedes-Benz 540K Replica that’s up for grabs.
The next Bay State Antique Auto Club Car Show will be on July 10, 2016. But old car enthusiasts need not wait for a year because the club’s Vintage Era Show will be on September 13, 2015.