classic 2HANSON, Ky. (10/6/19) — Around 75-100 classic Corvettes, trucks and Model-T vehicles cruised into western Kentucky Saturday to visit veterans.

The roadsters pulled into the Joseph “Eddie” Ballard Western Kentucky Veterans Center in Hason, which seemed to thrill the residents.

Veterans Center staff said the event, hosted by the Western Kentucky Corvette Club, is something the residents look forward to and it gives them a chance to get outside as well as to see, hear and interact with classic car enthusiasts.

Instant Zeal and Friends played live music during the show, while a vendor provided hot dogs, hamburgers and cold drinks.

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Wayne Burns and Curtis Carter were happily showing off their classic vehicles Saturday afternoon. The two noted they have been best friends for years. Burns showed off his white 1968 Nova SS, while Curtis prided his gray 1972 Chevy.

Burns and Carter said they look forward to attending next year, adding the Veterans Center is a great place to converse with the honorable servants. The parking lot was full of curious spectators taking in the colorful scenery.

Ladonna Kay Lee
SurfKY News Reporter
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