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Museum car show

Museum car show

By Tom Noreen

Seventy-two vehicles lined the Skinner Field Parking lot on July 28 as owners showed off their special set of wheels at the Cedar Springs Historical Museum’s annual summer car show. From motorcycles to hotrods, almost every style and age of vehicle were present. Those with cars on display chose Bob Voorsma, from Sparta as Best of Show.
Ralph Krantz, from Trufant, had his Orange 1970 Chevy Nova on display. Ralph is chairman of the Trufant Car Show and said he had been to over 20 shows so far this year promoting the show in Trufant in September.

For a donation, folks could buy coffee and donuts in the morning and hotdogs for lunch from the FFA. Pat and RoseAnn Patin entertained the crowd with tunes from the past.

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