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Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Dallas Model A Car Club Visits CRG

by Phil Hubbs, Confederate Reunion Grounds staff member

In November, the Dallas Model A Car Club stopped by the Confederate Reunion Grounds while on one of its drives. Club members reserved the pavilion and enjoyed a beautiful day here. It was quite a sight as many of these cars were the kind that would have been driven to the reunions in the early 20th century.

Here are a few photos from the day:

Here you can see some of the Model A's parked outside the pavilion, along with a gorgeous early model Mustang.

Here is the group driving around the circle at the Confederate Reunion Grounds; the cars are probably about as old as those trees!

Some more Model A's parked alongside the pavilion. It was a great day to be at work at the grounds.

Confederate Reunion Grounds is southwest of Mexia on FM 2705 in the Texas Brazos Trail Region.

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