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February 23, 2007

Quitman - These cars aren't seen much anymore, but in one south Georgia town they were all over the roads.

About 20 Model T Fords passed through Quitman this afternoon.

The pit stop was part of an annual road trip. They started in Madison, Florida and will be driving 500 miles this week, stopping only to refuel and eat.  "Each day we drive about 100 miles and we just look for nice restaurants. We're the eat and driving club. We love to drive and eat," said Nole Dana, Model T owner.

Some of the Model T owners travel to Florida from all over the east coast to participate in the road trip.

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