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Morning Pointe of Knoxville (TN) residents Pat Carson and John Huff and Knoxville Classic Antique Car Club members Howard Lamon, Jim Brown, Ray Lett, Elsie Lett (back row), Carol Atchley, and Greg Atchley (front row) get an up-close look at motor history as they pose with a Model A Ford car. The assisted living and Alzheimer’s memory care community partnered with the car club to host an Independence Day car show featuring a number of antique cars, including Model T and Model A Fords and an armored vehicle from 1923. “In its day, the vehicle was involved in a heist and suffered some damage but has since been fully restored to include A/C and power windows,” explains Morning Pointe life enrichment director Pat Anderson. “Seeing these cars prompted our residents to reminisce about the old cars they remembered from their childhoods. It was great to see them bond with the members of the car club over a passion for antique cars, and we look forward to having the club back in the fall!”
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