Wolfeboro, New Hampshire (CNN) - Even all-American Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, can use a carefully crafted political set piece.
Ahead of his march down Main Street in Wolfeboro's parade, Mitt Romney's campaign staff parked a black pickup truck - a vehicle they say is the candidate's own.
In February, Romney referenced his truck in Michigan, days before the state's presidential primary. He also managed to reveal his wife Ann owns two Cadillacs, causing some ribbing from his opponents.
"I drive a Mustang and a Chevy pick up truck," Romney said. "Ann drives a couple of Cadillacs actually. And I used to have a Dodge truck so I used to have all three covered. But I want to tell you how much I appreciate this state, this city, this country and I can tell you if I am lucky enough to be president of the United States that Governor Snyder will have a friend and ally in the White House."
CNN's Dana Bash contributed to this report.