Classic car enthusiasts showed off their vehicles with pride during a parade in downtown Waterbury, part of the Vermont Automobile Enthusiasts’ 62nd annual Vermont Antique & Classic Car Meet. While the event has been going on for more than six decades, this was the second year it was held in Waterbury. From Friday to Sunday, more than 600 classic cars, trucks, military vehicles, motorcycles and tractors filled Farr’s Field off Route 2, motoring into town for the parade and street dance on Saturday. Thirty-six classes of vehicles encompassed a full range of two- and four-wheeled transportation, from the Ford Model A and British sports cars to street rods and emergency vehicles such as fire trucks. The definition of “classic” for this year: vehicles made in 1994 and earlier. Are you a classic yet?