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Leadfoot Lanny NSRA Car Cruise makes a pit stop in Greenbush

Individuals part of the Fourteenth Annual Leadfoot Lanny NSRA Car Cruise pose for a group photo at the Troy Gjovik residence during a pit stop in Greenbush on Wednesday, September 14.

Individuals part of the Fourteenth Annual Leadfoot Lanny NSRA Car Cruise pose for a group photo at the Troy Gjovik residence during a pit stop in Greenbush on Wednesday, September 14.

This antique vehicle leaves Troy Gjovik’s, as part of a parade of cars heading to Main Street Greenbush. Consisted of people from all over the area, including Canada, this group would travel throughout Minnesota over the next three days, beginning on that September 14 day in Grand Forks and ending in Waconia, Minn.

This antique vehicle leaves Troy Gjovik’s, as part of a parade of cars heading to Main Street Greenbush. Consisted of people from all over the area, including Canada, this group would travel throughout Minnesota over the next three days, beginning on that September 14 day in Grand Forks and ending in Waconia, Minn.

This Ford vehicle was one of several antique vehicles that lined Main Street in Greenbush, as individuals, part of the Fourteenth Annual Leadfoot Laney NSRA, stopped in for a bite to eat on Wednesday, September 14.

This Ford vehicle was one of several antique vehicles that lined Main Street in Greenbush, as individuals, part of the Fourteenth Annual Leadfoot Laney NSRA, stopped in for a bite to eat on Wednesday, September 14.

Part of the Leadfoot Lanny Car Cruise, this vehicle parked near the Greenbush Pharmacy, as the Car Cruise drivers stopped along Main Street on a sunny September afternoon.

Part of the Leadfoot Lanny Car Cruise, this vehicle parked near the Greenbush Pharmacy, as the Car Cruise drivers stopped along Main Street on a sunny September afternoon.

Individuals part of the Fourteenth Annual Leadfoot Lanny NSRA Car Cruise and their classic antique vehicles made a pit stop in Greenbush, Minn., on Wednesday, September 14. They first stopped at the Troy Gjovik residence and then for something to eat along Main Street in Greenbush, filling the street with their different colors and models of antique cars. Made up of people from all over, including Canada, the group had left Grand Forks, N.D., that day and would travel throughout Minnesota in their vehicles over the next three days, ending in Waconia, Minn during its Nickle Dickle Day. The group is named after Lanny Moore of Grand Forks. 

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