Ronnie Parker looked at a 1924 Packard, left, and a 1926 International wrecker, right, in the parking lot as the annual tour of the Central Nickel Age Touring Club of the Veteran Motor Car Club of America met for lunch at Parkette Drive-In on New Circle Road in Lexington, Ky., Tuesday, June 17, 2014. The group, which consists of 20 antique vehicles, all manufactured between 1913 and 1927, traveled back roads from Paris to Lexington in the morning, ate lunch at the Parkette Drive-in, and returned to Paris on back roads. Parker had just finished lunch with co-worker Jeff Barnett and walked around the parking lot looking at the cars. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff
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The annual tour of the Central Nickel Age Touring Club of the Veteran Motor Car Club of America is in Central Kentucky this week.
The group, which consists of 20 antique vehicles, all manufactured between 1913 and 1927, are gathering in Paris this week and will travel to different points of interest each day: Carlisle, Cynthiana, Georgetown, and downtown Paris, in addition to Lexington.
Cars are coming from Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, West Virginia, and Kentucky.