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Keep on motorin’

Despite the heat, John Elliot and his 1912 Maxwell drive their passenger off Highway 35 in hopes of lunch and some conversation at BHS around noon. Many Maxwell automobiles were featured at the high school.  (Photo by Miriam Orr)

 

The New London to New Brighton Antique Car Run is a non-profit organization designed to foster an appreciation of vintage cars. The Run is approximately 120 miles, and brings folks from all around. (Photo by Arynn Maznio)

 

Visitors, drivers, enthusiasts and others pause to admire a 1908 Overland, owned by Roddy Pellow from New Brighton, Minnesota. The Antique Car Run sports an array of vintage vehicles, some which come from around the country. The Run is approximately 120 miles, and features a tour of the beautiful Minnesota countryside, with hospitality that is “second to none,” as this year’s roster boasted. This year marked the 33rd Annual Antique Car Run for the event. (Photo by Arynn Maznio)

 

Dave Mickelson and his passenger turn off Highway 35 in their 1911 Maxwell, joining others as they make their way to BHS for lunch. (Photo by Miriam Orr)

 

Passengers and drivers alike were all smiles, as you can see in #22. John Bowman, of Longmont, CO, proudly commandeered his 1905 Franklin, as his passenger smiles into the wind on Highway 35 around Buffalo Lake. Bowman wasn’t the only owner of a Franklin, as there were a number of them parked at the high school for lunch on Saturday, August 11. (Photo by Arynn Maznio)

 

Cars of all shapes, sizes, models, and years were featured at Buffalo High School for this year’s Antique Car Run, and the lineup was sure impressive, as you can see above! As cruisers and passengers enjoyed lunch, they were able to mingle with spectators and share stories about their vehicles.  (Photo by Miriam Orr) 

 

Jerry Kramer of Richmond, Indiana, waves while leaving the Buffalo High School parking lot en route to the next stop in Hanover. (Photo by Arynn Maznio)

 

Carlton and Anne Pate, from Rocky Hill, New Jersey, pull into the Buffalo checkpoint.  Drivers took a pit stop at Buffalo High School for lunch before resuming their ride to the Hanover Historical Society. (Photo by Arynn Maznio)

 

On the north shore of Buffalo Lake, Ken Ganz drives his 1910 Buick into town on the way to the lunch stop at Buffalo High School. (Photo by Arynn Maznio)

 

Antique cars come in all sizes: from open two-seaters such as Tim Wiggins’ 1904 Ford (Aurora, Illinois) to large, covered four-passenger cars like Dave Grose’s 1909 REO (Sauk Rapids, Minnesota). (Photos by Arynn Maznio)

 

Breakdowns don’t discriminate, whether your car is old or new! These drivers work tirelessly on starting their vehicle on Highway 35, after having just missed the turn for the Antique Car Run route. (Photo by Miriam Orr)

 

Signaling for a left turn is Vince Smith with his driver in his 1912 Maxwell. Both Smith and his vehicle are from Spring Lake Park. (Photo by Miriam Orr)

 

#36 is Steve Boyd and his 1910 Brush, from Dade City, Florida, as their passenger waves when coming off Highway 35 around Buffalo Lake. (Photo by Miriam Orr)

 

Peter McIntyre of London, Ontario, and his passenger, while dressed in period-accurate clothing, brings a 1906 Cadillac around the corner by the Wright County Government center. (Photo by Miriam Orr)

 


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