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Paul Fieberg, Dana Point
Way to go Dana Point! Sunday’s Classic Car exhibit was in a word….terrific…on several levels. Seeing the classic masterpiece examples of what automobiles used to look like when each automaker would design a signature look for their company rather than merely copying one another is a rare treat these days. The craftsmanship on exhibit yesterday showed creativity, attention to detail and devotion to something worthwhile.
Lastly, the exhibit brought back something sorely missing in today’s hurry up and wait lifestyle we’ve created for America, i.e. conversation. People were there to see the cars and the owners of the cars were actually talking with one another. The proud owners standing by each car added to the overall experience and were more than friendly when asked questions they undoubtedly have heard hundreds of times before. Each history they shared was unique and demonstrated their commitment to excellence.
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