Antique cars parade through Wellesley

20140622-203524-74124266.jpgDozens and dozens of antique and flashy cars cruised through Wellesley on Sunday on their way to Elm Bank Reservation (which is technically in Dover, save for the Cheney Bridge at the entrance) for the annual classic car show.

We ran across many familiar Wellesley faces at the show, including some of the car owners. Among them: Bob Richards, shown sitting here behind his 1911 Ford Model T, and Barbara O’Brien, the retired longtime Hunnewell Elementary School secretary, whose husband Dick displayed a 1929 Ford Cabriolet.

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