The 4th reunion at PDI, or Phillips Drive-In, gave fast food fans a chance to eat some classic American burgers and onion rings, while reminiscing about decades of good times.
Automobile buffs also got a treat. About 50 classic and hot rod cars were on display, while live rock-and-roll music filled the air.
PDI served its first burgers back in 1948.
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