A visitor to the Hiwan Homestead Museum on Saturday might have sworn he’d been transported back to the early 20th century, as cars, costumes and political agendas harkened back to those earlier days.
The Ford Model T Centennial Festival featured nine Model Ts and one Model A in the museum parking lot, where spectators could inspect each car inside and out, take photos and talk to the owners. One car’s front license plate went so far as to declare, “If this car gets any older, I’ll have to shoot it.”
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