GREENCASTLE, Pa. -- Sure there were Ford Mustangs and a couple of Pontiac GTOs, but what distinguished the Old Home Week car show Sunday afternoon were the vehicles you might not see anywhere else.
There was an early-model ambulance and an early-model firetruck. Ford was represented by a 1909 truck and Model A's from 1928, 1930 and 1931. Visitors eyed with curiosity the 1929 Buick Marquette.
"Some of them are in original shape," said Don Smith of Greencastle. "There are so many different types of cars and trucks."
Russ Everetts and his son, Andy, served with eight other people on the organizing committee. The antique car show is traditionally held on the first Sunday of the triennial Old Home Week, which continues through Saturday.
Owners of vehicles 1980 and older could enter the show, which was held at Center Square, and did not have registration fees or judging. With 121 vehicles registered, participation was down slightly from years past.