Car show

Bill Wilhoite looks over an Auburn at the Fayette County Historical Museum on Saturday. The Indiana Region of Classic Car Clubs of America paid a visit to the museum for a car show. The group also had lunch at Daniel Girls restaurant and traveled to see the home of Wade Rummel, who lives in the home that used to belong to John McFarlan, who was responsible for creating the first Industrial Park in the United States.

Classic car fans got a treat, as cars from the Indiana Region of Classic Car Clubs of America paid a visit on the Fayette County Historical Museum on Saturday.

The cars were lined up in the parking lot of the museum, drawing enthusiasts throughout the several hours that the cars were in town.