Car show has plenty of horsepower

With the hood of his meticulously restored Chevy open to reveal its massive engine, Robert Steinhauser took advantage of nice weather Saturday, June 22, to participate in the 29th annual Rods-N-Relics Car Club’s show in Grafton’s Lime Kiln Park (top photo). Although the Edsel — produced by Ford and named after Henry Ford’s son — was widely considered a flop, it still has fans like Mark Theisen (above left photo), who displayed his Edsel and a photo of him standing next to the car when it first rolled off the production line in 1957. Max Shesto made sure his roadster gleamed (above right photo). Proceeds from the club’s shows benefit area high school automotive programs.              Photos by Sam Arendt



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