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Police nearly stopped the music when they arrested the band members of the Fabulous Hammers, but it was all in good fun. Seattle police officer Jim Ritter, president of the Police Museum in Pioneer Square, shows off the museum's 1970 Plymouth police car by draping a few suspicious characters over the hood - oh wait - that's the band.

A little drizzle didn’t keep people away from the Shoreline Classic Car Show at Meridian Park Elementary on Sunday, July 30, 2011. Owners spent some quality time wiping the rain mist off their pristine paint jobs, but otherwise enjoyed showing off their treasures.
 
Officer Jim Ritter lines up the members of the Fabulous Hammers on the hood of a 1970 Plymouth police car.
Photo by Steven H. Robinson.
 
Police nearly stopped the music when they arrested the band members of the Fabulous Hammers, but it was all in good fun. Seattle police officer Jim Ritter, president of the Police Museum in Pioneer Square, shows off the museum’s 1970 Plymouth police car by draping a few suspicious characters over the hood – oh wait – that’s the band.
 
Kids and parents didn’t mind standing in line to get an autograph from iconic J P Patches.  
Photo by Steven H. Robinson.
 
J P didn’t disappoint and now there’s a whole new generation of Patches Pals.
Yes, those are JP “Nodders,” available at Archie McFees or Amazon.  Photo by Steven H. Robinson.
 
More nostalgia, with classic bicycles to look at.  
Photo by Steven H. Robinson.
 
Could this be the original Magic School Bus?  Photo by Steven H. Robinson.
 
There was security for the event  — or there would have been if the “security officer” had been able to see over the wheel.  Photo by Steven H. Robinson.

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