VFW Hosts 8th Annual Auto Extravaganza

The Milford Blue Hen VFW Post 6483 hosted its eighth annual Auto Extravaganza on Saturday, August 31. The event featured custom vehicles, rods, pickups, bikes and antiques. Sponsored by Southern Delaware Street Rod Association, the event was open to the public as judges awarded trophies and awards among over 150 entries.

“The show continues to grow in numbers, each year we review the show to establish our strengths and weakness for the participants so the VFW can offer one of the best shows,” commented VFW show coordinator Ken Morytko. “I have to mention the help that Southern Delaware Street Rods gave us in the running of the show, their expertise is a big help, and Dave Rupp President of SDSR experience is invaluable.”

 

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