Round Up the Border Collie has enjoyed many VMCCA Tours
Harry Truman himself entertained at the opening banquet
What a famous American headline
Peerless Touring Car
This veteran 29 Buick is well equipped for VMCCA tours. It has been on many of them.
Good thing the host hotel has plenty of trunk space.
'47 Buick Roadmaster drove in from New Mexico
Tour cars gather at the host hotel
Quite a Stude!
Railton closeup reveals beautiful details
Touring is a family affair -- this is a rare Stephens Touring Car.
Another satisfied VMCCA Tourist enjoys his VW
This fine touring car handled the hills, rain and heat well
Big Peerless always drew a crowd
Bess and Harry Truman's home in Independence
VMCCA Tourists enjoyed a guided tour through the house
Model A Roadster, a tour regular
Tour cars rest across from Truman home
Cars gather at the Truman Library
More cars at the Library
Harry was larger than life here
Peerless engine has no peer, it is a very large V-8
On the road after shopping in Independence
Model T stopped by to visit
47 Buick Roadmaster poses by the Truman Library
Smiles come with every VMCCA Tour
Rain? Yes, there was some, but not for long
Fort Osage, a ground-up restoration by volunteers
A Buick and Model A sandwich in Lexington, MO. Note cannon ball in left column
Flowers at the Powell Gardens
Old cars stayed home one day, buses took us to the Eisenhour Library in Abilene, KS
Ike's Library and Museum
Ike was bigger than life here
Eisenhour Museum had a major exhibit on WWII
The fabulous Ehinger collection in downtown Kansas City
Oil cans can be art!
Electric cars are nothing new
Packard flying lady, an icon of the 30's
Here is half of a Packard Twin Six
Marmon show winner
Stoddard-Dayton Knight sleeve valve engine
Pierce Arrow model 33 Roadster
1937 Cadillac V-12 Convertible Sedan
MGA, a work in progress
Chevrolet Touring Car
Stephens and Peerless motored from Independence to downtown Kansas City
Rolls and T-speedster, what a contrast
Restored Lockheed Constellation at the Airline Museum
Dodge had a bad generator, about the worst problem anyone had on this tour.