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A golden age for Yester-Year Club
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Times photo: Tere Dunlap A 1959 English-made, American Motors Nash Metropolitan was out of the garage celebrating its 50th birthday at the Yester-Year Auto Clubs 50th Anniversary open house Sunday at the United Methodist Church in Monroe. Owner Robert Verdonck of Monroe is selling the little Nash with an 85-inch wheel base, saying it takes up too much room in his garage. Verdonck collects Corvettes.
MONROE - Yester-Year Auto Club members still are going strong, even if some of their automobiles can't keep pace with others in the increasing collection. Yester-Year Auto Club celebrated its 50th anniversary with an open house Sunday at the United Methodist Church in Monroe.