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My  5 year old grandson Bergen and I getting ready for the Pierre Street Masters Dam Run cruise IMG_3919.thumb.jpg.a3989f334dce69921f1bbd290bb10bfc.jpgin my 1937 Studebaker President Coupe.  He is in charge of the horn.

We are from South Dakota and you have permission to use the photo.

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My Grandson Giulio age 9 with the '41 Buick during his Christmas visit from Italy.

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My grandson Dane at age two with his Dad in my 28 Pierce Arrow, then last year helping maintain my 67 GTX to earn a Boy Scout merit badge.

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My son Barry and I getting ready to put a "regular" engine in the "Flame Truck" as he called it.  This would have been in March, 1979.  He is 7 years old here.

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Here are some of my 3 kids...in my car when we first got it, in the car when we got the front seat back in, at a local car show with Dad's Nova, and I know the last 3 aren't antique, but they are collectible, in my friend's Lotus and a Lamborghini at our local Cars & Coffee

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Ice cream, old cars and my 11 Year old grandson. Many a car tours have ended here at the Enniskillen General store. In the tiny hamlet out in the sticks. Noted for their giant cones that attract many of kids and adults alike in their old cars on a sunny day. Notice it is even noted in Google maps

If you happen to be in the area  a map to find it.  https://www.google.ca/maps/place/Enniskillen+General+Store/@44.0152663,-78.771779,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89d50f4007b92575:0x9bf6b7f2d2b25aaf!8m2!3d44.0152625!4d-78.7695903?hl=en

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My son tags along everywhere!  I love spending time with him. He is 13 now.

 

my daughter is 19now and she sometimes makes a picture or two.

 

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My grandkids being brought home from the bus stop in my '34 Terraplane convertible's rumble seat

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In the past I have made mention of my 9 year old grandson's desire to have my 52 Plymouth when  I am gone. However he may have some competition in this...

 

 

 

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16 hours ago, plymouthcranbrook said:

In the past I have made mention of my 9 year old grandson's desire to have my 52 Plymouth when  I am gone. However he may have some competition in this...

 

 

 

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I have nearly the same shots of my son and daughter in my '52 Cambridge, taken over 20 years ago.   My son has made it very clear that he wants to be the next owner of the car (hopefully far in the future....)

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Tuckered him out at one of the car shows...

 

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Four Findlays, two seats, one cylinder in a  friend's 1907 Cadillac Runabout.   Peter

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Do boats count?

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Here is a photo of our Grandkids helping with restoration of our 1974 MGBGT.  We finished it in 2006 and our shake-down cruise was from about 0 to 1500 miles from here to Gatlinburg TN and back through the mountains.  Nothing fell off or stopped working!  It was great having those small hands.  They helped so many times with special projects, especially up under the dashboard.  Taylor, our Grand Daughter just graduated from college and Grand Son Jack just finished high school.  He is working as an apprentice mechanic and really wants to start restoration on his own Chevy truck.  He wants to be a mechanic!   Pics of the finished project are included.

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My Brother, Sister & I were all grandkids in this 1954 picture.

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