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Annual Last Run Car Show

Hosted since 1976 by the Ark City tumbleweeds, the Last Run Car Show is a tradition on the fourth weekend of September. It is the largest car show put on by an individual car club in Kansas and reached a record number of over 1,000 entries for the 25th Anniversary in 2000.

LAST RUN will officially begin on Friday evening. Saturday is a full day of events with games, entertainment, and judging of entries. A swap meet and craft show are held all day Saturday and Sunday morning. Saturday evening activities include a cruise, dance, and parking lot competitions, such as burnouts and flame thrower. On Sunday games continue and awards are presented at noon along with the grand prize drawing.

Annual Last Run Car Show

Address : Paris Park Arkansas City KS
Phone : 620-442-6466   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : lneal2@cox.net

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Admission Fee : $2.00 spectator

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