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Posted: Friday, June 28, 2013 2:34 pm

Americans love their automobiles. That was evident again this past Tuesday when many people, young and old, males and females, turned out to view the antique cars in the 2013 Great Race. The participants stopped in Downtown Washington for a pit stop.

About 100 cars, from Hudsons to Fords that have been restored, are in the Great Race from St. Paul, Minn., to Mobile, Ala. It’s a nine-day “race” that follows somewhat the Mississippi River. There were people lining Washington streets two hours or more before the first car passed through. The cars were parked along Main Street while the drivers and their passengers had lunch at the Farmers’ Market.

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