Troy Cobb, left, and Dick Dressler, both of Freder-icksburg discuss Cobb’s 1940 Ford Coupe that was on display Saturday at the Masonic Car Show. Cobb said that this was his first car in high school that he sold and was able to get back about three years ago.
Mel Warren of Fredericksburg looks over a 1934 Ford Sedan owned by Jim Eplen of Kingsland that was on display Saturday on Marktplatz as part of the 14th Annual Masonic Car Show. Hosted by the Fredericksburg Masonic Lodge No. 794, the show drew antiques, street rods, classics and late models. — Standard-Radio Post/Yvonne Hartmann
Alex Booker and Cathy Kozub stop to take pictures of the 1928 Packard, 526 Salon that was on display Saturday at the 14th Annual Masonic Car Show hosted by the Fredericksburg Masonic Lodge No. 794. The car, owned by George and Alice Hahn of Fredericksburg was among the many antiques, street rods, classics and late models that filled Marktplatz for the annual show that benefits the Masonic Lodge’s charitable activities and scholarship programs. — Standard-Radio Post/Yvonne Hartmann
The clear bed of a 1955 Ford 100 pickup drew on-lookers like Mervil Kaiser of Fredericksburg who attend-ed the 14th Annual Masonic Car Show with his brother, Larry, of Waco.
Antiques, classics roll into town
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Fredericksburg Masonic Lodge hosts annual car show at Marktplatz Saturday