Tow Mater, one of the stars of the Cars movies, was replicated by Bobby Mattingly, left, and Wayne Caldararo for Saturday's parade. The friends from Georgetown restored a Datsun pickup to look like the animated character.
Tow Mater, one of the stars of the Cars movies, was replicated by Bobby Mattingly, left, and Wayne Caldararo for Saturday's parade. The friends from Georgetown restored a Datsun pickup to look like the animated character. ©2011
Tow Mater, one of the stars of the Cars movies, was replicated by Bobby Mattingly, left, and Wayne Caldararo for Saturday's parade. The friends from Georgetown restored a Datsun pickup to look like the animated character. ©2011

Tow Mater to share spotlight with Santa in Lexington parade

December 10, 2011 12:00 AM

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