May 23, 2010. "CABIN FEVER 2010" was a fantastic vintage car show at the spacious East Freehold Showgrounds, with proceeds going to the The Ashley Lauren foundation. On display were vehicles from 1895 to the 70's and included luxury cars, customized cars, motorcycles, farm tractors and fire engines.
This very rare, 3 wheeled, 1cylinder Reese vehicle was built by automobile pioneer Sephaniah Reese in his Plymouth, Pennsylvania machine shop.
A sampling of the motorcycles:
Robert Luczun, owner-restorer and airbrush artist used his 1928 Ford AR Roadster Pickup as an unusual "canvas" to create this work of art that was honored by entry into Ripley's Believe It or Not. Many thousands of cartoon characters displayed on the hood, the sides, the seat covers and tailgate.
Many nationally know cartoonists wanted to share in the display, so they sent Mr. Luczun signed samples of their own work which graced the flatbed of his Roadster.
Not sure about the vehicle, but this handsome couple seemed to be having the time of their lives at the show.