ANTIQUE CARS IN 2011 MEMORIAL DAY PARADE
Photos by Tim Margetanski
Larrie Derman with his son, Larrie II, in one of three existing 1911 Maxwell Cars, one hundred years old.
Larrie restored this car himself; it took four years. The other two Maxwells are in California.
Harry Dillon, Jr., in his 1929 Model A Ford, with his father, Harry Dillon, Sr., a Korean War Veteran,
and Pete Spinelli, a World War 2 Veteran of the Sheridan Troop
Jim Bywater, 1931 Model A Ford
Wonderful Exhibit of Antique Racing Cars at the Tyrone Historical Society - September 28, 2003
It's been on blocks for nearly 35 years
Pride and joy of their owners and drivers
Loving Care by the proud owners. Wonderful heritage.
Years and years of devotion to the hobby/sport/avocation
This young guy had a thrill as he sat where a racing driver sat in his grandfather's day
Group of Organizers. Thanks to all of them
Media Reporters from out of town gather information on Tyrone's history and Auto Racing Heritage
The Altoona Tyrone Speedway used to get crowds of 100,000 for a race at Tipton. Here, visitors looked at some of the special things gathered inside the museum to remember the speedway.