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Here (from left) John Rathbun, Joe Austin and Ron Anderson talk with two women about cars on a recent Monday night. (Photo provided)

Ernie Pollman, George Virgil, Bill Seymour, Ron Anderson, Ron Aldous, and John Rathbun indulge in come car talk with three other men. (Photo provided)

Bill Seymour, owner of the black car, and George Virgil, owner of the yellow Mercer new in the late 1800s, proudly display their old cars every Monday night. (Photo provided)

These cars may be old but are still fast and well cared for. Ernie Pollman owns the blue Corvette, Joe Austin the red Thunderbird, John Rathbun the maroon Ford Mustang and Sadie from North Creek the brown Corvette. (Photo provided)


Oldies but goldies

Tuesday, July 29, 2014 - Updated: 3:59 PM

Cars aren't what they used to be. With the cars of today, one often needs to look at the nameplates and insignias to know the manufacturer and model. Not so in days past, and some of these older cars are alive and well in Indian Lake. Every Monday from 6:30-8 p.m. many of these older models owned and cherished by local residents are on display in the parking lot of the old supermarket next door to Pine's Country Store, where proud owners of antique and classic cars stop by for some shoptalk.


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