by Michael Boyink/ [email protected]
It’s not strange to see teams of vintage autos collected jointly on a summertime Saturday afternoon all-around Ava.
But you never usually see them lined up in a funeral procession.
This sort of was the situation on August 15th in Ava, as area automotive enthusiasts went bumper to bumper from Clinkingbeard Funeral Household, around the Ava Square, then up Mansfield Street to the Ava Cemetery.
50’s Chevvies. GTOs. Camaros and Chevelles. Streeter vans. Vans. Station wagons. Mustangs. Dodge Darts.
There might or might not have been some burnouts together the way.
All in honor of the late Harold Day – Ava indigenous, Vietnam Vet, and vehicle overall body professional who not only labored on his very own vehicles, but people of spouse and children and good friends.
Feedback about the event on Facebook said that Mr Day ould have “gotten a kick out of that cruise all over the Square.”
Following the companies at the cemetery, the team gathered for a meal and relaxed auto show at Harold’s dwelling.
Mr Day’s total obituary can be uncovered on the adhering to page.