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Kool Kars in Kingfisher Car Show

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Event# 405-375-4445

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Car Show and Annual Krazy Days Festival. Over 150 great cars were here last year and we hope to have more this year. Great Food, Good Music and the best cars in the country. Come out and bring your family! Registration begins @8 a.m. and ends at 10 a.m.. Awards are at 1:00 pm.

BEST PAINT * BEST ENGINE * BEST INTERIOR * BEST OF SHOW
CAR CLUB WITH MOST ENTRIES *
ENTRY TRAVELING THE FARTHEST
FIRST PLACE AWARDED IN EACH CLASS
Dash Plaques to First 100 Entries

Kool Kars in Kingfisher Car Show

Address : Interbank, 320 N Main St Kingfisher OK
Phone : 405-375-4445   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $25.00 Entry Fee - $20.00 in Advance

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