This is a really excellent show, with good examples of a lot of rare marques on display, including Talbot-Lago, Delahaye, and Lancia, among others. Dates of construction ranged from a 1905 Cadillac touring car to a 1991 Porsche. There was a very nice selection of the Wisconsin-made Kissel, a powerful and well-appinted car that was a darling of Hollywood stars in the 1920's, but was killed by the Great Depression as so many other brands were. Best of Show was a beautiful 1930 Stutz M Supercharged 'Lancefield' Coupe, a picture of which can be seen here: http://www.milwaukeemasterpiece.com/home.htm
We spend a very nice couple of hours walking around the show grounds at Veteran's park, and I added a lot of photos to my collection.
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