A 1940 Packard and a Ford Model A sit outside Coindre Hall in Huntington. (Credit: Aaron Zebrook)
When it comes to tooling around Long Island, nothing beats doing it in a car with personality. While some may think of a sporty convertible or souped-up hot rod, others are just fine chugging along at 20, 30, 40 miles an hour in a Model A or a Baby Grand or even a Studebaker.
"It is like driving a piece of history," says Wayne Hedlund, past president of Vanderbilt Cup Region of the Antique...
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