FRUIT COVE, Fla. -- More than 400 classic cars were on display Saturday at the 12th Annual Fruit Cove Baptist Church Car Show.
Among the cars in this slideshow is a 1969 Volkswagen Karmann Gia Coupe (first car pictured). Original owner Judy O'Neal is pictured with her pride and joy, which was bought at Pipkin's Motors in Valdosta, Ga.
The second car in the slideshow is a rare 1971 Toyota Crown. The two door hardtop was only imported from February through September of 1971, according to owner Alan Dickerson.
The Crown is still sold in Japan today as a full-size luxury car and dates all the way back to 1955. You'll also spot all sorts of classics ranging from Cadillac convertibles to Chevrolet Bel Airs.
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