Ken Koncelik had a big day of events planned for convention attendees that included trips to various car museums and private garages in the Dayton area. First stop the Packard Museum. John DeLorean worked for Packard before he worked at General Motors.
|One of the many cars in the Packard Museum|
|Packards have awesome hood ornaments|
|Big sign made from a big rock|
|Rot Iron VW Beetle|
|Porsche Carrera GT|
|Carrera GT license plate, and my Tag Heuer Carrera watch|
|Slammed VW Beetle|
|Upstairs is a video game room.|
|Would have love to see this with the hood down|
|Really expensive cars|
|Aston Martin DB5|
Last stop was Carillon Historic Park. The attractions include on the the Wright Brothers' planes and a replica of their bike shop. You will also learn about the history of Dayton and its contributions to the world such as the cash register and the pop top can.
|Cash registers were invented in Dayton|
|This how pop tops are punched from a strip of aluminum|
|Wright Flyer III|
Like DCS 2012, I had a presentation to give. My presentation was a modified version of one from Orlando.
|This guys has no idea what he is talking about|
|JLPMOVIES is working on a DeLorean documentary|
To Be Concluded...