Well, I wasn't able to join in any of the organized activities last Saturday but I drive a Studebaker fairly often around town anyway.
Still, since September 13 was set specifically as IDYSD, it's not one to miss.
So I drove the '53 to get a haircut where it received quite a bit of attention in the parking lot. Then to the bank, then to the library to return a book. From there to a friend's house where we went for a bike ride for an hour or so.
Then I went to another friend's body shop where I picked up his two grandchildren and took them to tour The Arboretum at Penn State, and especially the "Childhood's Gate section." (Well worth spending a free couple of hours if you are in the vicinity of State College, PA.) I dropped them off back at the shop, stopped at the distributor for a case of beer and headed for home.
People like to see these in motion so they know they are not simply static displays.
I didn't take car pictures that day but here's the one you saw on the inside back TW cover a couple months ago.