Huntingburg Kiwanis Car Show

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    Shadows fell on a 1952 Ford convertible owned by Jerry Blackman of Georgetown as the car was displayed Saturday at the Huntingburg Kiwanis Car Show in downtown Huntingburg. The annual show, in its 16th year, attracted more than 100 entrants. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Chuck Faust, right, talked to Pat Miller of Birdseye and his granddaughter Kynlei Greener of Huntingburg, 4, about his 1931 Ford Model A, which he assembled himself 10 years ago, at the Huntingburg Kiwanis Car Show on Saturday. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    People gathered to look at over 50 cars lined up along Fourth Street in Huntingburg during the Huntingburg Kiwanis Car Show on Saturday. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    A 1962 Triumph sits on display at the Huntingburg Kiwanis Car Show on Saturday. Andy Shoemaker of Owensboro, Ky., restored the car after a barn roof collapsed on it. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Chuck Faust polished his 1931 Ford Model A, which he assembled himself 10 years ago, at the Huntingburg Kiwanis Car Show on Saturday. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Chad Petry of Holland polished his 1967 Chevy Camaro RS at the Huntingburg Kiwanis Car Show on Saturday. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    A 1955 Plymouth Belvedere, owned by Jim Heidorn of Huntingburg, sat on display at the Huntingburg Kiwanis Car Show on Saturday. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    People gather to look at over 50 cars lined up along Fourth Street in Huntingburg during the Huntingburg Kiwanis Car Show on Saturday. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald