Vintage cars were headed to Falls Village

This 1947 Lincoln Continental convertible is owned by John Rivard of Lakeville. Photo by Tom Brown

The Falls Village Car and Motorcycle Show on Sunday, July 8, was the biggest yet.

There were classic cars up and down Main Street, extending along Railroad Street, up Prospect Street, and all over the Lee H. Kellogg School  campus.

On Monday morning, organizers Judy and Denny Jacobs were getting the work week under way at Jacobs Garage and assessing the car show.

Denny Jacobs said there were about 700 registered entries in the car show, and about another 100 vehicles that did not register.

As for spectators …

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