By Roger Dey
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The Montana 500

 

Roger Dey

Bill Comer of Aurora Ill. and his son-in-law Chris wait behind Rick Carnegie of Spokane to leave from Lincoln as they bring up the rear in the 60th annual Montana 500 Model T timed endurance run. Comer was driving one of only two Model T touring cars in the event.

Lincoln was the first pit stop for the vintage automobiles, which left from Helena at about 8 a.m. Monday and reached Lincoln at about 11 a.m. From here they headed out for Fairfield for a lunch stop.

The cars cover about 200 miles on the first day of the event, 200 miles on the second day and 100 miles on the third.

This year marks the 60th running of The Montana 500, which began in 1961 with...



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