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SPRINT 6

A DAY IN THE PARK

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Our Saturday weather was fantastic for the 2017 VIRGINIA FALL CLASSIC. Upper 70's with the leaves just starting to change, Good live music and lots of eye candy.

For those interested here are some of my favorites for the 270+ cars in the park.

Cheers

https://flic.kr/s/aHsm9HSSm7

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Some nice vehicles. Thanks for sharing!

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Love that ambulance, what is that? Couldn't make it out.

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2 hours ago, Ringo64 said:

Love that ambulance, what is that? Couldn't make it out.

It is one of the coolest professional cars I've seen in some time, Also the only brand to use the "Ventiports" on the fenders...      Give up?         ROADMASTER by BUICK, this one being a '49 vintage.                                                                                                           This car was amazing with loads of OE patina and accouterments.

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Thought it was a Buick!!

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Real Buick guys would also know that 4 Ventiports means an 8 cylinder engine while 3 means a 6 cylinder motor - at least back in those days. Today, not so much.

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7 hours ago, Frosty said:

Real Buick guys would also know that 4 Ventiports means an 8 cylinder engine while 3 means a 6 cylinder motor - at least back in those days. Today, not so much.

The use went through several use/changes over the years...

http://www.motortrend.com/news/buick-ventriports-the-early-years/

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