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Nostalgia Reigns at EMS Car Show

The winner of the mayor's trophy with his 1931 Model A Ford.. Credits: Photos by Bob Jones
Council President Alex Barletta helped present the trophy on behalf of the council for the annual award presented by the police department.

SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ - Hundreds of people turned out last Sunday when the South Plainfield Rescue Squad held its seventh annual car, truck, and bike show.

The event showcased autos and other vehicles from as far back as the Great Depression--and some even older.  It also featured some more recent muscle cars and everything in between.

The awards included the mayor's annual trophy, which went to a 1931 Model A Ford, as well as about a dozen other trophies that were awarded to exhibitors.  


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