Dave Campbell, left, Ed Larrabee, center, and Roger Atherton chat about Larrabee’s 1939 Ford during the Lisbon Area Christian Outreach Car Show at the Shiloh Chapel in Durham on Saturday. The second annual show is a benefit for the LACO food pantry in Lisbon Falls, board member Priscilla Higgins said. The show, hosted by the Yankee Cruisers Car Club, was held at Shiloh Chapel, the former home of a Christian sect founded by Frank Sandford. Today, Shiloh is a community-oriented church run by the Rev. Ron Parker.

Trophies were awarded for the best of show, but organizers say that people bring their cars to Maine’s car shows to see old friends and to support the show’s benefit. Saturday’s car show at the Shiloh Chapel was a benefit for the Lisbon Area Christian Outreach (LACO) food pantry. 

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