Hundreds of vintage vehicles showcased at Dam Sen Park

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Hundreds of vintage cars and motorbikes are being showcased at Dam Sen Park in HCMC.

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A woman poses for photos with a vintage car. The second vintage motorbikes and cars festival is held on April 6 and 7

The second vintage motorbikes and cars festival with the theme “Wheels of Memory” is jointly held by the park operator and the Saigon Classic Car Club, offering visitors a chance to see and take photos with vehicles that were once popular in Saigon.

Vintage motorbikes are exhibited at Dam Sen Park’s Au Lac Square

Lincoln Continental 1966 is the fourth-generation Continental, with V8-7.57L engine and suicide doors (doors hinged at the rear). It was once used for U.S. presidents

 

Mobylette mopeds are showcased at the festival

A Jeep CJ5 model (1st R) that was used in the Vietnam War from 1964 to 1975

 

Source: SGT - Bridge

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