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The Park Street Classic Car Show celebrated its 20th anniversary Saturday with more than 400 vintage vehicles -- antique roadsters, coupes, hot rods and muscle cars -- and plenty of fun. The event also featured a variety of food, entertainment such as DJs spinning oldies, and prizes. Top left, show cars line Park Street from Encinal Avenue to Buena Vista Avenue. Top right, Taliya Stephens, 8, of Alameda, has a peek at the underside of a 1966 Impala at the car show. Above, Rick Fay, right, of Union City, and Robert Poli, left, of Oakland, give a 1937 Buick Century the once-over,


Rick Fay, right, of Union City, and Robert Poli, left, of Oakland, give a 1937 Buick Century the once over at the Park Street Classic Car Show held along
Rick Fay, right, of Union City, and Robert Poli, left, of Oakland, give a 1937 Buick Century the once over at the Park Street Classic Car Show held along Park Street in Alameda, Calif., on Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013. This marked the 20th year for the show that featured more than 400 vehicles off all kinds including antique roadsters, coupes, hot rods, muscle cars and exotic cars. (Dan Honda/Bay Area News Group)


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