2018 Vintage Car Parade

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Thanks to Lime Rock Park, a parade of 120 vintage racing and street cars circled through Noble’s parking lot on August 30th to an enthusiastic reception by residents gathered to greet them.  Leading off were 27 beautifully maintained Bugattis with more Bugatttis sprinkled in behind among the Corvettes, MGs, Mustangs, Lotuses, Porsches, Ferraris, Cobras, Triumphs, BMWs, Saabs, Sunbeams, Datsuns, Daimlers, Mercedes-Benz and Stutz.  One didn’t have to be a car enthusiast to appreciate the design and performance of these classic cars.

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