Small deuce coupes will be gleaming and hot rods will be revving on the streets of downtown Dewey during the Oldies ‘n Goodies Auto Show on Sept. 18.
This is the 34th year for this no cost function thrown by the nearby Oldies ‘n Goodies Motor vehicle Club but the initial year the aficionados are getting it in Dewey.
“We’re thrilled to shift the location to Dewey this calendar year,” stated club member Ken Harris. “We’re also nervous to aid the Dewey Hotel and the Tom Mix Museum.”
It is an party that is certain to stir up previous recollections with traditional cars and trucks, minimal riders and customs from automotive history, but Harris stated they do not transform any registrants down. New automobiles are welcome too. “We decide each automobile on its possess advantage,” he explained.
Positioned alongside US 75 and Don Tyler Avenue, this is a spouse and children-friendly celebration with a festive ambiance that features a lot of old-time rock and roll music and loads of fantastic foods.
While strolling around downtown, showgoers can also get in on some antique shopping and take a look at the old Dewey Hotel and Tom Combine museums. Harris mentioned there is more than enough to do to keep people entertained all day. Proceeds from the display will be donated to the museums.
“That is one particular issue that the club is really very pleased of is we do guidance our neighborhood and we’re quite noticeable in the neighborhood,” he stated.
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For Harris, the automobile clearly show has also been individually satisfying considering the fact that a typical desire in classic cars is how he achieved his spouse, Jeanette Harris. Their romance started in the summer of 2013 when she showed up in a 1963 Chevrolet Corvair convertible. Harris claimed that “she twisted his arm” and now there is a females alternative award for the ladies in the motor vehicle club.
“You would be amazed how several girls are in the club,” he explained.
Oldies ‘n Goodies is open-class motor vehicle display. In addition to the ladies’ choice car or truck, judges pick the best 20 among all registered entries to receive special trophies. Dewey Mayor Tom Hays will existing a trophy to his preferred motor vehicle and Dewey Police Chief Mike Shea will current a trophy to the car that he thinks might outrun a police car.
Harris stated there will be entries from the local spot as perfectly as from Kansas, Arkansas and Missouri.
Registration is $25 and runs from 8 to 11 a.m. Judging will begin at noon and awards are presented at 3 p.m. For much more details, contact Harris at 918-440-2677.