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Classic cars roll into Emery County


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By PHIL FAUVER
staff writer

Megan Wilberg, the Director of the Museum of the San Rafael hosted the Cache County Car Club from Logan Utah.

A caravan of nine vintage automobiles arrived at Castle Dale on their first leg of a journey to Moab. The Cache County Car Club planned to travel from Logan to Castle Dale on to Green River where they will spend the night and then go on to Moab the next day. After spending a day in Moab they will on the return trip again stay overnight in Green River.

Susan and Bill Whipple of Logan were leading this group of vintage cars. Sheba Stevens, a native of Hawaii is the president of the car club.

The caravan of cars averaged about 50 miles an hour. Susan Whipple driving a late model pickup truck was carrying the evening picnic dinner and arrived in advance of the caravan.

Those members of the caravan said the trip through Spanish Fork Canyon over Soldiers Summit to Price was beautiful. After arriving in Castle Dale and refreshing themselves the group toured the San Rafael Museum.

Many Castle Dale residents stopped by the museum to view these old cars.

The following is a list of some of those participating in the caravan.

Leroy Wold and Marlene Wold arrived driving a 1950 Oldsmobile 88 Holiday Coup Sedan. The cars paint color was light blue over dark blue.

Otto and Amy Derr with a light blue 1936 4 door convertible Chrysler Air Stream. This Chrysler car has a 6-cylinder motor with overdrive, radio, and a heater. Otto said, there are about 10 of these vehicles left in the US and it is rare because the car is a 4-door convertible.

Jack and Sheba Stevens from Nibley, Utah driving a 1969 Ford Mustang. Only the upholstery in the car was changed. Everything else is original.

Dee Bair with a 1963 Ford Thunderbird blue and white.

Bob Harris, Virginia Harris and son Rodney with their 1966 Ford Thunderbird from Logan Utah.

Bill Whipple from Providence Utah and his 1964 Ford Thunderbird Landau it is 50 years old.

Ken Lee from Logan with his 1965 Ford Mustang painted bright red.

Bryan Ingersall driving a 1954 powder blue Oldsmobile 98 almost all-original equipment.

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