National antique car club stops in Dayton for lunch
By RODNEY D. BOAM
Members of the Veteran Motor Car Club of America, Cache Valley Chapter, motored through Franklin County in their classic cars Tuesday and took a lunch break at the Dayton Park.
There were 90 cars, the oldest dating back to 1909. The group of antique car enthusiasts caravanned from Logan to Weston, then on to Malad. From Malad they took the back roads to Dayton then paraded through Preston and back to Logan.
The classic cars were from places as far away as Texas, Washington, Louisiana, and Illinois, as well as several from Cache Valley. There are about 50 couples in the valley that are members of the club.
Sue Dunster and Barbara Browne of Dayton knew they were coming and after getting the word of their arrival, rushed down to look and photograph the old cars.
“It was really neat,” Dunster said. “There were a lot of cool old cars.”
This story is sponsored by Northern Utah Rehabilitation Hospital.
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