2017-07-07 / Community

American drive



Above, Catherine Eliot of South Portland marvels at a 1929 Mercedes Benz Gazelle, owned by Bruce Jordan of South Portland. Above right, Sisters Riley, left, and Jones – both Mormons from South Portland – take a moment to pose in the backseat of a 1967 Ford Mustang, this one known as the “Pink Pony” and owned by Mark Chase. Right, another view of Graham Garber’s International Harvester R-110. Manufactured in the 1950s, this vehicle maxes out around 50 to 55 miles an hour, consequently taking Garber between three and four hours to arrive in South Portland from Bangor as he wasn’t able to take I-95 (Garrick Hoffman photos) Above, Catherine Eliot of South Portland marvels at a 1929 Mercedes Benz Gazelle, owned by Bruce Jordan of South Portland. Above right, Sisters Riley, left, and Jones – both Mormons from South Portland – take a moment to pose in the backseat of a 1967 Ford Mustang, this one known as the “Pink Pony” and owned by Mark Chase. Right, another view of Graham Garber’s International Harvester R-110. Manufactured in the 1950s, this vehicle maxes out around 50 to 55 miles an hour, consequently taking Garber between three and four hours to arrive in South Portland from Bangor as he wasn’t able to take I-95 (Garrick Hoffman photos)

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