DAYTONA BEACH — You can find it all at the annual Daytona Turkey Run: red, yellow, blue and green; big and small; compact and stretched; antique, vintage and classic; as well as any type of make and model of car or truck you can think of.
Thousands of cars and trucks are on hand at Daytona International Speedway for passersby to ogle during the 47th annual event that started Thursday and concludes Sunday.
For the Turkey Run, one of the largest combined car shows and swap meets in the country, the coronavirus pandemic didn’t seem to alter plans too much. Although there seemed to be fewer vendors than normal according to regulars, crowds were heavy, masks were sparse and there were more people looking to sell their cars than usual.
The show takes place each year over the long Thanksgiving weekend and features collector cars, car parts and car memorabilia.
For Emily Phillips, who’s…