For the past two weeks the Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles has had one of its vehicles on display at the Philadelphia Auto Show.
The vehicle of choice this year: the 1921 Milburn.
Prior to the show museum volunteers were busy cleaning this classic in preparation for the event.
Volunteers also adjusted its brakes and did a bit of practice driving to prepare it for the tight turns and ramps that it would be subjected to at the show.
Recognized by the auto industry as one of the top shows in the country, the Philly Auto Show displays more than 700 vehicles from a variety of manufacturers. This annual event was held Saturday, Jan. 19 to Sunday, Jan. 27 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
The Philadelphia International Auto Show began in 1902; the Automobile Dealers Association of Greater Philadelphia has been producing the show since 1997.