CLEAR SPRING - Brandon Starliper may be only 10 years old, but he already has caught classic car fever.
The Sharpsburg boy was in his glory Saturday for the first day of the fourth annual Antique and Classic Car and Craft Show sponsored by the Clear Spring Volunteer Fire Co. at its carnival grounds south of town.
"I really like Mustangs and motorcycles," Brandon said.
His father, Jay Starliper, could only smile since he knows full well that the "disease" is catching.
"I started with car fever when I was in high school," Jay Starliper said. Over the years, he said he has owned two Camaros, one Nova and a 1940 Chevrolet coupe.
At the two-day show, Roger Line of Hagerstown had his 1940 Chevrolet coupe on display.
"I've had this car about 21/2 years," he said. It was about half finished when he bought it, so he finished it, starting with the paint job.