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Pat Ratliff, of Battle Creek, Mich., takes a seat near the collector cars to rest her feet after hours of walking at the Auctions America complex on Saturday.

Classic cars are on the move at Auburn festival

Roy Huddle, top right, and his wife, Connie, drove in from Cincinnati to attend the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival Parade of Classics on Saturday in downtown Auburn.
Spectators take pictures of classic cars as they roll through downtown Auburn on Saturday during the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival Parade of Classics. The Auctions America car sale runs until 4 p.m. today.
Photos by Chad Ryan | The Journal Gazette
John Rier drives his classic Auburn race car Saturday with his passengers Ron Vandermarel, front, and Sheldon Rier, back. The car was once clocked at nearly 130 mph on the Bonneville Salt Flats.

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