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Square takes step back in time for auto show

Square takes step back in time for auto show

Square takes step back in time for auto show
September 16
00:16 2014

Dalton LaFerney / Senior Staff Writer


This old GMC was outfitted into a scrappy tow truck, equipped with boxing gloves and blowers. “In Rust We Trust” read on the front bumper.


The Square became a parking lot for old trucks like this Chevy on Saturday.


The vanilla-colored interior of a Packard Super 8 parked across from LSA Burger Company. 


A 70s model Dodge Magnum sits on the corner of West Oak Street and North Elm Street during the car show.


Hundreds of people gather for an auto show on the Square hosted by Denton Main Street Association.

Featured Photo: Denton Square played stage to the 15th annual car show as part of the Arts, Antiques and Autos Extravaganza on Saturday. The Square was decorated with classic and contemporary vehicles. Photos by Dalton LaFerney – Senior Staff Writer

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