A fully functional exact replica of the original 1966 "Batmobile" owned by Louis and Annamarie Magnifico, of New Jersey, was on display during the 49th annual Das Awkscht Fescht in Macungie Memorial Park Aug. 4. Louis, a Batman fan, built this replica complete with a George Barris body (designer of the original Batmobile) and a 1966 Lincoln chassis, all the great features remembered from the TV show, including Bat fins, Bat scope, cable cutter blade, Bat cave radio link rear antennae, rocket exhaust, triple
Entertainment for children included magicians Kyle and Kelly at the 49th annual Das Awkscht Fescht in Macungie Memorial Park Aug. 4.
PRESS PHOTOS BY TIM SINGLES Dylan Colognato, of Emmaus, proudly stands with his grandfather, Francis Hardner, of Emmaus, owner (along with his wife, Linda) of this 1954 Porsche Speedster 1500 CC on display during the 49th annual Das Awkscht Fescht. Colognato told with great enthusiasm how his grandfather purchased this Porsche, the 10th one made, 1965 to race. After three years, the engine blew and 32 years later Hardner restored the car. Dylan was very excited to get his first ride in this car.
Michael Handelong and Tara Hassler, of Stroudsburg, stop by the Macungie Rod and Gun Club stand to get a sausage sandwich from Dave Terfinko, member, and James Brouse, treasurer, of Macungie Rod and Gun Club.
Marissa Hartas waits for customers at The Press booth Aug. 4 where visitors could play games and win prizes.
Wheels of all kind were on display during the 49th annual Das Awkscht Fescht held Aug. 3, 4, 5 at Macungie Memorial Park including this 1973 BMW 750 with its post war Russian made side car ridden by its second owner Chris Duybach, of Whitehall.