Images from this year’s Rod ‘N Tiques


John Kirk of Cardington stands with the 1930 Model A Ford that was owned by his father, John Kirk, who passed away 24 years ago. His father had owned it for 15 years before his death. Kirk keeps the car in his garage and rarely drives it. His father purchased the car from an Iberia resident. Kirk’s long time hobby has been restoring old cars and he is currently working on a 1937 Ford.


Carol Bartlett | Morrow County Sentinel

Mike and Cori Long won the water balloon toss at Rod ‘N Tiques this year.


Rachel Bush | Morrow County Sentinel

Carl and Joanne Girbach pose with their 1937 Ford and in front is a small version of the same car which was made by Girbach. Seated in it is their granddaughter Olivia Strong, 2. The Girbachs are from Saline, Mich. Carl said he cut the top off of the 1937 making it a custom automobile. They had the car here last in 1997.


Carol Bartlett | Morrow County Sentinel

There were plenty of vintage automobiles on hand for spectators to admire at Rod ‘N Tiques.


Rachel Bush | Morrow County Sentinel

John Kirk of Cardington stands with the 1930 Model A Ford that was owned by his father, John Kirk, who passed away 24 years ago. His father had owned it for 15 years before his death. Kirk keeps the car in his garage and rarely drives it. His father purchased the car from an Iberia resident. Kirk’s long time hobby has been restoring old cars and he is currently working on a 1937 Ford.

Mike and Cori Long won the water balloon toss at Rod ‘N Tiques this year.

Carl and Joanne Girbach pose with their 1937 Ford and in front is a small version of the same car which was made by Girbach. Seated in it is their granddaughter Olivia Strong, 2. The Girbachs are from Saline, Mich. Carl said he cut the top off of the 1937 making it a custom automobile. They had the car here last in 1997.

There were plenty of vintage automobiles on hand for spectators to admire at Rod ‘N Tiques.

John Kirk of Cardington stands with the 1930 Model A Ford that was owned by his father, John Kirk, who passed away 24 years ago. His father had owned it for 15 years before his death. Kirk keeps the car in his garage and rarely drives it. His father purchased the car from an Iberia resident. Kirk’s long time hobby has been restoring old cars and he is currently working on a 1937 Ford.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2016/06/web1_Kirk-with-1930-Ford.jpgJohn Kirk of Cardington stands with the 1930 Model A Ford that was owned by his father, John Kirk, who passed away 24 years ago. His father had owned it for 15 years before his death. Kirk keeps the car in his garage and rarely drives it. His father purchased the car from an Iberia resident. Kirk’s long time hobby has been restoring old cars and he is currently working on a 1937 Ford. Carol Bartlett | Morrow County Sentinel

Mike and Cori Long won the water balloon toss at Rod ‘N Tiques this year.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2016/06/web1_DSC_1451-9.jpgMike and Cori Long won the water balloon toss at Rod ‘N Tiques this year. Rachel Bush | Morrow County Sentinel

Carl and Joanne Girbach pose with their 1937 Ford and in front is a small version of the same car which was made by Girbach. Seated in it is their granddaughter Olivia Strong, 2. The Girbachs are from Saline, Mich. Carl said he cut the top off of the 1937 making it a custom automobile. They had the car here last in 1997.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2016/06/web1_Girbachs-with-1937-Ford.jpgCarl and Joanne Girbach pose with their 1937 Ford and in front is a small version of the same car which was made by Girbach. Seated in it is their granddaughter Olivia Strong, 2. The Girbachs are from Saline, Mich. Carl said he cut the top off of the 1937 making it a custom automobile. They had the car here last in 1997. Carol Bartlett | Morrow County Sentinel

There were plenty of vintage automobiles on hand for spectators to admire at Rod ‘N Tiques.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2016/06/web1_DSC_1393-8.jpgThere were plenty of vintage automobiles on hand for spectators to admire at Rod ‘N Tiques. Rachel Bush | Morrow County Sentinel