Lorain classic car show supports the center for the elderly
The Lorain Community Senior Center welcomed vintage car enthusiasts on August 22 for their All Start Vintage Car Show.
A collection of vintage cars, including classic Ford Model T’s from the late 1920s, muscle cars and trucks, were parked to support a good cause.
The event included People’s Choice Awards, raffles and door prizes accompanied by a DJ and refreshments, all in support of the Lorain Community Senior Center and the programs and services they provide to local residents at 3361 , Garfield Boulevard.
Kevin Myers from Lorain brought a 1973 Buick Century Regal, bought in 2014 with only 46,012 miles from the original owner who bought it new from Joyce Buick in Lorain. In a written description of the vehicle, Meyers wrote that he had his eye on the car for four years before he finally had a chance to buy it.
Assembled in Flint with a purchase price of $ 3,700 in 1973, the two-door Buick Century Regal hardtop was the first generation of their 1973 thru 1977 luxury car lineup.
Other attendees brought in the humorous side of classic vehicles, with a classic truck fitted with skeletons under the hood and in the passenger seat, with a license plate stating âwhen all else fails, read the directionsâ.
The Senior Center is a private, non-profit organization established in 1980 and offers programs that include socialization, education and transportation services.
The Senior Center is also looking for vendors for its first annual Autumn Harvest and Holly Day Market Place Craft Show, which will take place on November 6, where they will showcase homemade crafts, holiday decorations, produce. bakery and gift ideas. For more information call 440-288-4040 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. All profits will be donated to the Senior Center.