Twister Car Show

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Twister Car Show

The Sabetha Twisters Car Club was started as a result of the tornado that hit Sabetha the second weekend in June 1998. The first show was on June 14, 1999, in downtown Sabetha. We continue to hold the show the second Saturday in June in honor of Sabetha’s comeback from the Twister that took out the original City Hall.

The car show typically draws around 125 participants from the four state area as well as many local classics. More information is on our Facebook page — Sabetha Twisters Car Club.

Twister Car Show

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