By Anna McNeill
Cadillac’s and BelAir’s and rat rods, oh my! The Old 27 car tour truly had all the classic and show cars that patrons would want to see.
Day one of the Harrison Street fair brought out hundreds of people and around 200 classic and show cars to Harrison’s Main Street when the Old 27 Car Tour stopped by for the day.
Three rows of pristine and spit-shined cars, stretching from N. Clare Ave all the way until Broad Street, sat on Main Street from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Before their departure the President of the Old 27 Car Tour thanked the staff, volunteers, Tracy Beadle and the Chamber before they headed off to Grayling.
He said that they had a good time, walked around and spent some money.
One of the Old 27 driver stopped in the Cleaver and said that the night before he spent the night at Doherty, said he always enjoys staying there when he comes up to visit.
The car tour did a wonderful job or bringing out hundreds of people and the fun lasted all the way through Saturday night.