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Old 08-10-2017, 09:19 PM
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We went to a great car show in Macungie, Pa last Sunday. This was the 54TH annual show there and Sunday was what they call club day. Club day means that the clubs park their cars together.There were dozens of Cadillacs, Packards, Hudsons, AMC, Chevys, Fords, Mopars, more Corvairs than I have ever seen in one place and three professional cars parked amongst their respective makes. I did not count, but it seems like there was at least 500, or 600 cars on display. What a fabulous show!

PCS members with cars; Nicos Elias with his lady friend Genny and their 1963 Eureka Cadillac hearse, Larry Farrell and his family with their 1966 C-B Oldsmobile limousine and Ray Wotkowski with a 1981 Cadillac flower car conversion. Also present, former PCS members Andy and Karen Toton with their spectacular 1957 Cadillac Coupe de Ville.
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...and Ray Wotkowski with a 1981 Cadillac flower car conversion.
I've never seen this car in person and can't tell much because of the tonneau cover. Is this a flower car or pickup conversion?
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With 4 doors I would think flower car but like you haven't seen it..
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I've never seen this car in person and can't tell much because of the tonneau cover. Is this a flower car or pickup conversion?
I was told flower car. It belonged to PCS member Mike Satterthwaite from Pa.
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