Blast from the past

By Perry Russom

June 2, 2013 Updated Jun 2, 2013 at 9:34 PM EDT

Town of Union, NY (WBNG Binghamton) If there's a car show in the area, Wayne Schaff, Harold Westfall and Roger Dunham will likely be in tow.

They've been friends and car fanatics their entire lives.

That's where they were Sunday as they plotted their chairs by the Tri-Cities Airport for the Third Annual Blast from the Past, where more than 100 cars of all styles and colors were on display.

The men used to race cars in the 1960's.

Dunham said he won around a dozen races in his career.

"We're still into it," said Dunham, as he pointed to his car. "We still keep coming here for the old cars and I still have old cars."

While their racing days have hit the checkered flag, Dunham said he will always be a racer at heart.

"We passed the cops in this car going 80 mph and the cops didn't come after us," said Dunham with a laugh.

Before they leave for any show, Schaff said he cleans his car for three hours.

His secret weapon for making his car shine is Windex.

Westfall's car wasn't able to make the trip this year because burst into flames while he was working on it.

There weren't any injuries, but all of the repair cost him nearly $7,000.

"We have good reason to joke around because we all have our faults and we bring them out," said Schaff.