I come each year hoping to see a model of my first affair with a car. It was a 1931 Chrysler rumble-seat roadster convertible with leather seats, a side-mounted spare tire and tail-end trunk box.
Last week, on a cool, sunny day, happy crowds, bratwurst and live toe-tapping music reminded me of a county fair. It was the fall antique car show on the Harborview Road grounds of the Charlotte Sun that Don Royston and his wife Lee have organized for several years now.
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