Almost 700 cars had displayed on Sunday at Pantowners Annual Car Show. None of them had sized up to the wheels as Princeton’s Eric Woelfle was packing.
Woelfle had a collection of dozens of toy cars for almost 20 years which were neatly arranged into different trays and waiting to be sold.
The cars which was about to sell had no engines or enough room for passengers. It doesn’t make any difference to Woelfle and others as well.
According to Woelfle, the cars were very popular with kids unlike adults and believe that adults are big kids after all. He would love classic cars as he is old enough to drive such cars.