Classic cars on display Saturday
By By Penny Randall / staff writer
Sept. 27, 2002
Car lovers of all ages will fill Highland Park on Saturday for the Queen City Rock n' Roll Revival car show, where more than 100 classic cars and trucks will be on display from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sign-in for the show begins at 7 a.m. for car owners; judging begins at noon. The entry fee is $20 per vehicle.
Awards will include: Top 10, Best of Show and an award named in honor of a man who was killed in a car accident the Kyle Beeman Award. His parents are members of the car club.
Other classic cars on display include a 1948 Chrysler, a 1951 Pontiac, a 1948 Mercury and a 1932 Ford.
The show is the club's yearly fund-raiser, with all proceeds donated to local charities.
Goodin said the day is an event for the entire family, featuring food and games, vendors. The Jimmie Rodgers Museum will be open.
An inspector from the National Street Rod Association will be on site to test drivers for National Street Rod Association. There will also be a place where drivers bring spare auto parts to sell or trade.
The Queen City Rods &Classics Car Club meets the first Tuesday night each month. Admission to the car show is free. No alcoholic beverages are allowed in the park.
For information, call Gerald Goodin at 683-3430, Ed Barnhardt at 483-8226 or Joe Lannon at 626-8793.