VFW car show well attended


A tangerine-colored 1941 Willys coupe was hard to overlook Saturday at the 10th annual VFW Post 6710 Car & Bike Show in Wilmington. From left, Nick Barker of Wilmington and P.R. Luttrell of Sabina check out the vehicle owned by Mark Simmons of Jamestown. Proceeds from the event, which has been organized for a decade by Tim and “Chas” Goldie of Wilmington, go to the VFW. The vehicles in the background belong to spectators who park across the street in the front lawn of the Wilmington Drive-In. Simmons said he drives the coupe to car shows and to get ice cream.

A tangerine-colored 1941 Willys coupe was hard to overlook Saturday at the 10th annual VFW Post 6710 Car & Bike Show in Wilmington. From left, Nick Barker of Wilmington and P.R. Luttrell of Sabina check out the vehicle owned by Mark Simmons of Jamestown. Proceeds from the event, which has been organized for a decade by Tim and “Chas” Goldie of Wilmington, go to the VFW. The vehicles in the background belong to spectators who park across the street in the front lawn of the Wilmington Drive-In. Simmons said he drives the coupe to car shows and to get ice cream.


A tangerine-colored 1941 Willys coupe was hard to overlook Saturday at the 10th annual VFW Post 6710 Car & Bike Show in Wilmington. From left, Nick Barker of Wilmington and P.R. Luttrell of Sabina check out the vehicle owned by Mark Simmons of Jamestown. Proceeds from the event, which has been organized for a decade by Tim and “Chas” Goldie of Wilmington, go to the VFW. The vehicles in the background belong to spectators who park across the street in the front lawn of the Wilmington Drive-In. Simmons said he drives the coupe to car shows and to get ice cream.

A tangerine-colored 1941 Willys coupe was hard to overlook Saturday at the 10th annual VFW Post 6710 Car & Bike Show in Wilmington. From left, Nick Barker of Wilmington and P.R. Luttrell of Sabina check out the vehicle owned by Mark Simmons of Jamestown. Proceeds from the event, which has been organized for a decade by Tim and “Chas” Goldie of Wilmington, go to the VFW. The vehicles in the background belong to spectators who park across the street in the front lawn of the Wilmington Drive-In. Simmons said he drives the coupe to car shows and to get ice cream.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/08/web1_vfw_fixed.jpgA tangerine-colored 1941 Willys coupe was hard to overlook Saturday at the 10th annual VFW Post 6710 Car & Bike Show in Wilmington. From left, Nick Barker of Wilmington and P.R. Luttrell of Sabina check out the vehicle owned by Mark Simmons of Jamestown. Proceeds from the event, which has been organized for a decade by Tim and “Chas” Goldie of Wilmington, go to the VFW. The vehicles in the background belong to spectators who park across the street in the front lawn of the Wilmington Drive-In. Simmons said he drives the coupe to car shows and to get ice cream.