Sights from Rod ‘N Tiques


A 1931 Pearce Arrow Model 43 Club Sedan owned by Mark and Angie Hagans, Marengo. This car is shown as found original and unrestored except for the tires and wheels. When the car was new, it was used to transport illegal alcohol by bootleggers from Canada and upstate New York. The auxiliary tank for the liquor is still mounted in the truck.


Carol Bartlett | Morrow County Sentinel

This car is owned by Mark and Angie Hagans, Marengo. A collector’s car, they have owned it for 10 years.


Carol Bartlett | Morrow County Sentinel

Dennis Smith of Mount Vernon with his 1970 Plymouth Cuda at the Rod ‘N Tiques car show. He acquired the car in 1988 and did all the mechanical rebuilding, body work and paint. He is employed as a body shop helper at a local body shop.


Carol Bartlett | Morrow County Sentinel

Grace Garish and Wyatt Barabus play car skids during the Rod ‘N Tiques Car Show.


Carol Bartlett | Morrow County Sentinel

Shown with his 1935 Bugatti Roadster is owner Eric Pitt of Crestline. He displayed the car at the Rod ‘N Tiques car show at the Morrow County Fairgrounds. He found the car at a junkyard outside Crestline and rebuilt it. The body is fiberglass and he built the frame. He placed a Chevy 383 motor in the three-seater. He said he has attended 20 shows with it. Pitt also owns three other cars including a 1911 Model 20 Hupmobile car.


Carol Bartlett | Morrow County Sentinel

A 1931 Pearce Arrow Model 43 Club Sedan owned by Mark and Angie Hagans, Marengo. This car is shown as found original and unrestored except for the tires and wheels. When the car was new, it was used to transport illegal alcohol by bootleggers from Canada and upstate New York. The auxiliary tank for the liquor is still mounted in the truck.

This car is owned by Mark and Angie Hagans, Marengo. A collector’s car, they have owned it for 10 years.

Dennis Smith of Mount Vernon with his 1970 Plymouth Cuda at the Rod ‘N Tiques car show. He acquired the car in 1988 and did all the mechanical rebuilding, body work and paint. He is employed as a body shop helper at a local body shop.

Grace Garish and Wyatt Barabus play car skids during the Rod ‘N Tiques Car Show.

Shown with his 1935 Bugatti Roadster is owner Eric Pitt of Crestline. He displayed the car at the Rod ‘N Tiques car show at the Morrow County Fairgrounds. He found the car at a junkyard outside Crestline and rebuilt it. The body is fiberglass and he built the frame. He placed a Chevy 383 motor in the three-seater. He said he has attended 20 shows with it. Pitt also owns three other cars including a 1911 Model 20 Hupmobile car.

A 1931 Pearce Arrow Model 43 Club Sedan owned by Mark and Angie Hagans, Marengo. This car is shown as found original and unrestored except for the tires and wheels. When the car was new, it was used to transport illegal alcohol by bootleggers from Canada and upstate New York. The auxiliary tank for the liquor is still mounted in the truck.
http://morrowcountysentinel.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2017/06/web1_1931-Pearce-Arrow.jpgA 1931 Pearce Arrow Model 43 Club Sedan owned by Mark and Angie Hagans, Marengo. This car is shown as found original and unrestored except for the tires and wheels. When the car was new, it was used to transport illegal alcohol by bootleggers from Canada and upstate New York. The auxiliary tank for the liquor is still mounted in the truck. Carol Bartlett | Morrow County Sentinel

This car is owned by Mark and Angie Hagans, Marengo. A collector’s car, they have owned it for 10 years.
http://morrowcountysentinel.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2017/06/web1_1951-Packard.jpgThis car is owned by Mark and Angie Hagans, Marengo. A collector’s car, they have owned it for 10 years. Carol Bartlett | Morrow County Sentinel

Dennis Smith of Mount Vernon with his 1970 Plymouth Cuda at the Rod ‘N Tiques car show. He acquired the car in 1988 and did all the mechanical rebuilding, body work and paint. He is employed as a body shop helper at a local body shop.
http://morrowcountysentinel.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2017/06/web1_1970-Plymouth-Dennis-Smith.jpgDennis Smith of Mount Vernon with his 1970 Plymouth Cuda at the Rod ‘N Tiques car show. He acquired the car in 1988 and did all the mechanical rebuilding, body work and paint. He is employed as a body shop helper at a local body shop. Carol Bartlett | Morrow County Sentinel

Grace Garish and Wyatt Barabus play car skids during the Rod ‘N Tiques Car Show.
http://morrowcountysentinel.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2017/06/web1_Car-skids.jpgGrace Garish and Wyatt Barabus play car skids during the Rod ‘N Tiques Car Show. Carol Bartlett | Morrow County Sentinel

Shown with his 1935 Bugatti Roadster is owner Eric Pitt of Crestline. He displayed the car at the Rod ‘N Tiques car show at the Morrow County Fairgrounds. He found the car at a junkyard outside Crestline and rebuilt it. The body is fiberglass and he built the frame. He placed a Chevy 383 motor in the three-seater. He said he has attended 20 shows with it. Pitt also owns three other cars including a 1911 Model 20 Hupmobile car.
http://morrowcountysentinel.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2017/06/web1_Eric-Pitt-with-1935-Burgatti.jpgShown with his 1935 Bugatti Roadster is owner Eric Pitt of Crestline. He displayed the car at the Rod ‘N Tiques car show at the Morrow County Fairgrounds. He found the car at a junkyard outside Crestline and rebuilt it. The body is fiberglass and he built the frame. He placed a Chevy 383 motor in the three-seater. He said he has attended 20 shows with it. Pitt also owns three other cars including a 1911 Model 20 Hupmobile car. Carol Bartlett | Morrow County Sentinel