Racemobilia Car Show 09-14-13
Photos by John Ehlke
The Southeastern Wisconsin Short Track Hall of Fame's  Raceomobilia Car Show reflected in the mirror of a 1955 Custom Ford Two Door belonging to Steve Streeter of Fond du Lac  outside the Wisconsin Automotive Museum in Hartford on Saturday morning. Patrons look over the 1949 Diamond T belonging to Joe Higgins of Ashippun during the Southeastern Wisconsin Short Track Hall of Fame's  Raceomobilia Car Show outside the Wisconsin Automotive Museum in Hartford on Saturday morning. The Franklin Flyer built in 1985 and reconstructed in 2006 owned by Bill and Jan Prietzel during the Southeastern Wisconsin Short Track Hall of Fame's  Raceomobilia Car Show outside the Wisconsin Automotive Museum in Hartford on Saturday morning. <br/><br/> A 1965 Coronet 500 belonging to Jerry Gille of Roscoe, IL on display during the Southeastern Wisconsin Short Track Hall of Fame's  Raceomobilia Car Show outside the Wisconsin Automotive Museum in Hartford on Saturday morning. <br/><br/> Charles Bergdorf of Kewaskum climbs out of his 1973 Camaro body custom built car during the Southeastern Wisconsin Short Track Hall of Fame's  Raceomobilia Car Show outside the Wisconsin Automotive Museum in Hartford on Saturday morning. Charles built the car as a replica of his father's 1977. <br/><br/> Mike Roadt of Oconomowoc lifts his son, Jacob, 6, up to look inside Charlie Weddle's 1923 T Model during the Southeastern Wisconsin Short Track Hall of Fame's  Raceomobilia Car Show outside the Wisconsin Automotive Museum in Hartford on Saturday morning. <br/><br/> <br/>Charlie Weddle of Milwaukee smiles while talking with patrons next to his 1923 T Model during the Southeastern Wisconsin Short Track Hall of Fame's  Raceomobilia Car Show outside the Wisconsin Automotive Museum in Hartford on Saturday morning. Weddle will be inducted into the Southeastern Wisconsin Short Track Hall of Fame in November. <br/>
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