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July 20, 2005

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Publication Date: Wednesday, July 20, 2005

Classic car owners invited to Woodside Classic car owners invited to Woodside (July 20, 2005)

By Kate Daly

Special to the Almanac

Vintage car owners and fans alike are invited to hang around and talk shop at the Little Store Restaurant in Woodside on Sunday, July 24.

The restaurant is hosting "A Classic Day in Woodside" from noon to 5 p.m. to showcase vintage cars circa 1900-1970.

Classic car owners are urged to call 851-8110 in advance to reserve a place in the parking lot. There is no registration fee to participate. All classic car owners will receive a free Little Store mug.

The restaurant is usually closed on Sundays, but will be open for lunch during the event.

Lynn Eastley, who runs Little Store, is also the proud owner of the 1929 Model A Ford that is frequently parked in front of the restaurant. "We drive it every day to and from work," she says -- a small feat since home is only a few doors down the street.

Ms. Eastley expects Woodside Councilman Dave Tanner to bring his Model A to the car show, and for the local fire district to bring one or two old fire trucks.

Perhaps the man who arrived at the restaurant the other night in an old Army vehicle he claimed was once driven by General George Patton will be there, too.

The Little Store is located at 3340 Woodside Road in Woodside.


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