A Honda Beat, Porsche 911, BMW 320, Alfa Romeo Alfetta, BMW 3200S, Saab 96, MGB GT, and Citroën ID 19 were among the 17 cars driven by entrants in the Rally for the Lane.
Lane Museum staffer James Green does a pre-rally test drive in a Citroën 2CV Voisin with one of participants.
Ramzi Gillespie of Dallas, TX and Brett Melancon of Knoxville, TN pilot the museum's Lotus Elise.
Ross Parker Simons pilots the museum's 1991 Honda Beat.
Lawrence Wagg of Lafayette, Colorado pulls the museum's 1973 Citroën SM onto the Natchez Trace Parkway.
Bob Myracle and Eric Westin of Baxter, TN have fun in the museum's 1938 BMW 320.
1962 BMW 3200S on the Natchez Trace Parkway.
Following a 1962 BMW 3200S.
No water in sight.
1969 Saab 96
The Saab 96 has a simple dash layout that doesn't distract from the road ahead.
The Natchez Trace Parkway runs 444 miles from Nashville, TN to Natchez, MS.
Underneath the museum's 2002 Burton's sleek body hides a Citroën 2CV.
David and Lyn Berelsman of Celebration, Florida in the musuem's 2006 Smart Roadster. 3
The museum's 1967 Morris Mini Minor Traveller draws a small crowd in Mount Pleasant, TN.
Lancia, Citroën, BMW, Burton, and Hotchkiss-Gregoire are not the typical visitors to downtown Mt. Pleasant.
Rally entrants prepare to depart the lunch stop in Mt. Pleasant: Citroën ID 19, BMW 3200S, Burton, and Hotchkiss-Gregoire.
A Georgia contingent enjoyed the 1978 Citroën 2CV Voisin.
Corey and Glenn Ewing of Clarksville, TN piloted the ex-Bridget Bardot '54 Simca Weekend.
The museum's 1954 Simca Weekend glides along.
The '77 Alfa Romeo Alfetta, '51 Hotchkiss-Gregoire, and '71 Morris Mini rest at a Rally check point.
The museum's rare 1951 Hotchkiss-Gregoire.
1973 Citroën SM
Corey and Glenn Ewing crossing Highway 96 in the 1954 Simca Weekend.
The 1969 Saab 96 was the author's car for the day.
The Tennessee countryside looks almost European.