Hot and dry weather brought out a big crowd of show cars and vehicles and a large spectator crowd as well yesterday at the 52nd Annual Father's Day Car Show at the Floyd L. Maines Community Center Conklin Sports Park in Conklin.  The event is presented by the Iroquois Region Antique Automobile Club of America.

Several hundred vehicles ranging from the early 1920's to the modern era were on display.  Rain held off until the evening and car fanciers had a hot but great day to view the cars, trucks and motorcycles on display.

Studebakers were the featured make of cars for this summer's show.  Several national award winners were on display.  Trucks and motorcycles were on display as well.

In addition to the car show there was a flea market, food vendors and a chicken barbecue.  Rich Wilson provided the musical entertainment.

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