3-J's  Looking good                                                     Harold and Lloyd side by side again


                                               The parade laps                                                        Cho Lee (68) and Ray Coffin (46)


                                                                                                                          Johnny Gammell wheels The Fitzgerald Ford


                        Both hands on the steering wheel,please                                      Ready for the finish coat


                                   Really, it's easy to drive                                                           Owners and drivers of the 3-J


                                    Looking down the front wall                                                      That's a lot better Harry


                                                                                                                                                 Paul says "Lets Go"



                                                                                                                                                Just part of the crowd


                                                                                                                               Mrs. C signs The Bob Doyle Museum wall


                                              Restoration project?                                                                  Buddy Bardwell


                          Hanaford and Dearborn swapping lies                                   I think Lloyd"s looking for a hotdog


                        Lloyd, with one of his favorite restorations                           These could have been left by Freddie Mills


                                                                                  Johnny shows his approval        


         Alden Aiken(L)  Marjorie Clark(M)  Pete Racine(R)                    Some of John Gammell's Hardware                                                    

               It was a day that will live forever in the hearts of drivers, owners, and fans