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Saturday's car show a 'must see'

• Car show runs 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday only

Saturday's car show a 'must see'

Cars such as this 1941 Chevy Coupe (shown at last year's Street Faire) can draw admiring glances as well as cast back into the memories of old-timers who remember when such beauties were commonplac...


POSTED May 1, 2013 3:25 p.m.

Fourth Street north of North Street will be lined with four-wheeled eye candy this Saturday morning for the 25th annual Ceres Street Faire Car Show.

The show typically attracts 50 to 75 entries and runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday only. At the end of the car show the Street Faire Committee will be handing out 10 awards at 3 p.m. Show organizer Nicole Chapman said anyone may show off their car by turning out from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. at the sign-up booth at Fourth and Magnolia. The entry fee for the show is $25. All entries will receive a Street Faire specialty T-shirt to commemorate the 2012 Car Show, and a dash plaque.

Many people wait until the day of the show to enter their vehicle. But owners also have the option of going online at www.ceresstreetfaire.com to download an entry form. Entry forms are also available at the Ceres Chamber of Commerce office at the northeast corner of Lawrence and Sixth streets.

Chapman said that any car that is special enough to show off - whether a lifted truck, restored classic Model A, or a cherried out muscle car - is welcome at the show. The show is expecting to attract customized cars and trucks, street rods, race cars, motorcycles, and any car that has been raised, lowered, feature special paint, older or newer.

Chapman said classic and modified automobiles - with their elaborate colors and rare designs - have always pulled an audience at the Street Faire.

"I just think people like looking at the classic cars because they aren't that common," said Chapman.

 

 

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