Old fashioned automobiles on display for annual Early American Auto Day

On the annual Early American Auto Day, the Brass-era vehicles go back to Heritage Village at Muddy Creek Forks. 

At the event, numerous types of old fashioned cars from as early as 1909 were on display. 

There were questions and answers between the owners and guests about cars. 

It is said by the organizers of the event that they will keep coming back for the same reason every year.

Event coordinator Bradley Kline said, “We are here for supporting Muddy Creek, the Muddy Creek Preservation Society and the price of upkeep and to purchase equipment and to advance the event here”

The Heritage Village has been around since the year 1915 and this was the third time that the event was hosted by Horseless Carriage Club of America.


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