Registration took place Friday afternoon in a large parking lot at the north end of town. Hanging out and cruising Main Street went on until about 10:00pm. Saturday morning began early at the Tri-County Fairgrounds where 300+ street rods, classics, customs, and trucks found a place to park. The Lions Club provided a great pancake and sausage breakfast. Inside one of the buildings a very nice Arts & Crafts Show was going on. Many participants and spectators visited the unique “Choo Choo” swap meet which took place just outside the car show. About 3:00pm, locals and visitors start putting their chairs up along Main Street to watch the “Cruisin’ Parade” of 200 cars. This was quite a spectacle!! Your day was not over yet. At 7:00pm, Hot Rodders returned to the Fairgrounds Auditorium for the Raffle & Dance. The dance theme was “Dancing with the Cars” with ‘50s, ‘60s & Country music by the popular band “Route 66”.
Sunday morning, after coffee & donuts,