East Penn Press

Sunday, October 21, 2018
PRESS PHOTOS BY C. RICHARD CHARTRANDMacungie Memorial Park hosted the 55th annual Das Awkscht Fescht Aug. 3 to 5. Uncooperative weather did not deter many stalwart car owners and enthusiasts. ABOVE: The Packard is the featured automobile for this year’s show. A 1958 model on display is polished to a shine. PRESS PHOTOS BY C. RICHARD CHARTRANDMacungie Memorial Park hosted the 55th annual Das Awkscht Fescht Aug. 3 to 5. Uncooperative weather did not deter many stalwart car owners and enthusiasts. ABOVE: The Packard is the featured automobile for this year’s show. A 1958 model on display is polished to a shine.
A fireworks display flashes over the tent housing exemplars of the Packard, this year’s featured car. A fireworks display flashes over the tent housing exemplars of the Packard, this year’s featured car.
Penny Miller, of Bethlehem, enjoys a splash in a puddle left by area rainstorms. Penny Miller, of Bethlehem, enjoys a splash in a puddle left by area rainstorms.
A 1980 Pontiac Trans Am is owned by Walter Poposki, of Whitehall. A 1980 Pontiac Trans Am is owned by Walter Poposki, of Whitehall.
Alfred Peinhardt showcases his pink 1959 Cadillac. Alfred Peinhardt showcases his pink 1959 Cadillac.
A rare Tucker is among cars on display at the 55th annual Das Awkscht Fest. Only 51 Tuckers were made before the company closed in 1949. A rare Tucker is among cars on display at the 55th annual Das Awkscht Fest. Only 51 Tuckers were made before the company closed in 1949.
A 1902 Packard features upholstered seats. A 1902 Packard features upholstered seats.

Das Awkscht Fescht

Thursday, August 9, 2018 by The Press in Local News

55th annual car show features the Packard