“Old” Car Show supports NET Foundation

On July 30 the Meridian Sun Masonic Lodge put on a premier car show in conjunction with the Ohio Chapter of Healing NET Foundation, which promotes helping patients obtain information about neuroendocrine cancer. The proceeds of the event were split between the NET Foundation and the Masonic scholarship fund for Revere High School graduates.

Making an appearance were vintage trucks, one with a running “Hit ‘N’ Miss” engine, an internal combustion engine that was manufactured from the late 1800s until about 1940. Also making a presence at the show was a restored 1952 International Harvester Cub Super C tractor. 

Planners of the event hope to bring it back for its second year in 2023. ∞

Photo: Muscle cars were sold in the mid 1960s. They were typically a two-door sports coupe with powerful engines. Some were on display at the Masonic Lodge car show. Photo submitted.