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Annual Yard Art Classics Club Cars in The Park

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Annual Yard Art Classics Club Cars in The Park

Antiques, Classics, Collectibles and Modern Vehicles. Dash plaques for first 150 entries. goodie bags, door prizes, 50/50 pot, Food Vendors and DJ style music. Registration 9 am to noon. Registration fee 20.00, or Show & Shine, $5.00. Peoples Choice, Best under age 21 car and truck, Top 20
1989 & older, Best of show, Best Ford, Best GM, Best Mopar, Best Other, Best Original, Best street Rod, Best 1990 & newer will be awarded top 10 of their class. Rain or Shine.

Contact Dave Adams 785-539-4078
Don Robertson 785-770-8305

Annual Yard Art Classics Club Cars in The Park

Address : 1101 Fremont (City Park) Manhattan KS
Phone : 785-539-4078   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : dva@ksu.edu

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Admission Fee : Free to Specators; Registration fee, $20.00; Show & Shine, $5

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