Classic Cars Take Over Boyertown for Duryea Day

Classic car, truck and motorcycle enthusiasts from around the region gathered in Boyertown Community Park Saturday for the 51st annual Duryea Day Car Show and Flea Market, hosted by the Boyertown Museum of Historical Vehicals. Over 600+ vehicles were on display throughout the park making 2016 their largest event to date.

Along with the hundreds of classic cars, trucks and motorcycles on display spectators also enjoyed live music and food including activities for kids. One of the most notable activities during the day was the car sized teeter totter.

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Several classic cars tried the teeter totter including a 1955 and 1957 Chevy Bel Air. Both were able to balance themselves successfully.

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