Mon. Sep 26th, 2022

Troy, Mo. – Despite oppressive heat and humidity that roasted Lincoln County from the outset – and depressed turnout compared to last year’s event – the annual Memories on Main Street went off with relatively few hitches.

While car enthusiasts braved the heat for the 2021 version, primarily due to the fact it was the first one held after the pandemic, many left early due to temperatures in the mid-to-upper-90s with heat indices reaching over 110 degrees.







Memories on Main Car Show

Visitors braved the oppressive heat and humidity to attend the Memories on Main Car Show in downtown Troy on Aug. 6. 










Paul and Yvette Frazier

Yvette Frazier, right, and her husband Paul, both of Troy, brought their 1966 Plymouth Sport Fury to the Memories on Main Car Show for the first time to honor Yvette’s father, who first owned the vehicle. The couple restored the vehicle – and even brought her father’s ashes to the event.










Ron Feldman

Ron Feldman holds his “Best In Show” and “Best Display” trophies for his 1957 Chevy Nomad at the Memories on Main Car Show on Aug. 6 in downtown Troy.










Firebird










Corvette






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