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Annual Boneheads Car Show

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Event# 913-636-0392

Event Details

1974 and older cars, trucks and bikes. Contestants can sell their old and unwanted car parts. There will be a Burn out and Flame Thrower contest plus other games. And Maybe even a Movie

Annual Boneheads Car Show

Address : Midway Drive-In Fort Leavenworth KS
Phone : 913-636-0392   (Always call and confirm events.)

Additional Notes :

Car Shows

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The main parade ground was originally the center of post activities. Post reviews and parades were held here during negotiations with federal officials in the 1800s.

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National Cemetery

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