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2007
SPRING FLING WEEKEND
ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA

Weather is seldom the star of the show for the our Spring Fling weekend.  2007 was no exception, however the warmth of friends surrounded by professional cars always brightens things up!

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In keeping with the theme of the Omaha Orange shirts, we have from the right: nosluaP naD, Brady Smith and ainsraK yonT.
On the right, Jon Wurm's 1972 Cotner-Bevington high top ambulance anchors the corner and attracts attention at Sunday's show.
Dingmann Funeral Home, Sauk Rapids, MN, displayed this beautiful 1800s horsedrawn hearse with polished brass appointments, gold framed glass sides and gold fringed burgundy draperies.
George Quast has the fantastic 1939 Meteor LaSalle Carved hearse.  Even rain doesn't dampen the attractiveness of this car.
George Quast (with the green umbrella) also owns this 1916 Northwestern Casket Co. Studebaker.  Yes, this coach was built by the Northwestern Casket Company, which is still in business almost 100 years later.
The two Quast cars separated by a few feet and 23 years.
Outside the Ellingson Car museum, with Dingmann's horsedrawn hearse showing those modern motorized machines how to pose with dignity.
Sunday, show day at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds for the annual May show hosted by the Gopher Chapter of the BCA.

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