Motorin:' Ogling the four-wheeled wonders at the Motor Expo

Even if the rumble of a motor doesn't rev your engine, the 2017 Durango Motor Expo put the pedal to the metal to please all attendees at last Saturday's downtown event. Vehicles of varying sizes, colors, eras and origins took to Main Avenue in celebration of Father's Day and motor culture alike. Racing through the street, spectators burned rubber to “ooh” and “ahh” at vehicles, chat with the owners and dream of the day they could cruise around in a 1928 Ford Model A or perhaps a Lam- borghini; we're not picky.

Motor lovers burning rubber to rubberneck at all the classics.

Keeping it classy with a 1942 Lincoln Continental convertible.

A1990 Nissan Hard Body version of the yellow submarine.
Staying cool and lounging in the shade behind a 1928 Ford Model A.
A teeny tiny itsy bitsy mini car that hopefully gets great gas mileage.
A four-wheeled 1973 Ford F100 matching its two-wheeled brethren
Perhaps this taxi can be your next D.D.