The annual Wheels of Time Rod and Custom Jamboree returned to Macungie Memorial Park Aug. 23 through 25. The event features car culture celebrities, children’s activities, music performances, a flea market, craft fair and, of course, cars. ABOVE: A 1936 Auburn Speedster is among cars displayed at the annual Wheels of Time car show at Macungie Memorial Park. RIGHT: Dean David polishes his 1930 Ford
ABOVE: Car enthusiast John Leffel wipes down his vintage car after rain fell at the car show Aug. 23. RIGHT: Dain and Gwen Null dance to the music of vocal group RamaLama.
Dean David polishes his 1930 Ford.
In the food court, the Macungie Beautification Committee hosts a taco stand during Wheels of Time Aug. 23-25 at Macungie Memorial Park. From left, Angela Faidley, Mary Ward, Rose Ann Schlekher and a festively dressed helper are ready for hungry visitors.PRESS PHOTOS BY C. RICHARD CHARTRAND
The car show also features visits from car culture celebrities such as Horny Mike who brought his road show to the three day event. Additional photos appear on Page A15.
Special guest cars at the 41st annual event include the DeLorean time machine “driven” by the character Dr. Emmett L. Brown in the “Back to the Future” adventure movies.
Dain and Gwen Null dance to the music of vocal group RamaLama.
Evelyn Fredenberg, of East Stroudsburg, takes a nice ride in her wagon to enjoy the sites and sounds of the car show.
A life-size version of the footmobile driven by the cartoon character Fred Flinstone is displayed at Wheels of Time.