Photos of the MAC exhibit involving vintage cars and clothes that match the era.
Thu., April 20, 2006
Hidden headlights were just one of many features of Cord.
This Indy race care built by Jim Tipke, of Spokane, was driven by Tom Sneva, in an attempt to qualify for the 1972 Indy 500.
This dinner jacket matches well with the 1928 Packard in the background.
The 1956 Ford Victoria is still the property of it's orginal owner. The hat to the left, along with all the clothes in the exhibit is part of the textiles collection of the MAC.
The Gleason featured kerosene burning lights, and a great squeeze operated horn.
Charlie Ryan's hot rod Lincoln is one of dozen cars featured in the MAC exhibit. The display features the song, of the same name being played through drive-in movie speakers.
Clothing from the 50's and 60's are displayed with a 1956 Vicky and a 1968 Pontiac.
Chrome highlights the front of this Packard.
Chad Little's 97 Ford, Busch series stock car is one of two race cars in the exhibit.
Clothing of the era is displayed with cars and bikes, at the MAC.
The MAC exhibit features cars, and clothes matched to their time in history. What we drove, and what we wore driving.
These clothing outfits stand if front of a gorgeous Cord.
Scouting has changed, as has the uniform of the Cub Scouts, featured in this photo, set in the 50's.
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