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‘Classics on Main’

More than 80 sports cars, antique roadsters, souped-up trucks and other vintage vehicles filled the heart of Gloucester Court House on Saturday as the Middle Peninsula Classic Cruisers presented its first ever “Classics on Main” event. The court circle was closed to traffic to allow for these classic vehicles to be seen in a classic setting. Car show competitors vied for trophies in seven categories, with Phil Bolling of White Stone winning Best in Show for his 1969 Camaro (bottom photo). Proceeds benefitted the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Office Project Lifesaver, which helps locate missing persons with dementia, epilepsy, Alzheimer’s disease and other related illnesses. Above, car show viewers get a glimpse of a 1969 Dodge Charger outfitted to look like the General Lee, the car driven by Bo and Luke Duke on the classic ’80s TV show “The Dukes of Hazzard.” Organizers of “Classics on Main” said they hope to make this an annual event...

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