2017 car shows you don’t want to miss
Special to the Post Independent
If you enjoy everything motor vehicle, including classics, collectibles and even motorcycles, car shows are a great way to spend time outdoors and feed your interest. If you have a classic of your own, you can enter it in a show and show it off a little and maybe even win a prize.
The sky is the limit when it comes to fun and entertainment at a car show. Be sure to check out the local shows that are upcoming this year and make plans to take the whole family because these events are geared towards all ages and guaranteed to include a great deal of fun.
Rallye Glenwood Springs
This is always an exciting time for those that want a bit more out of their car shows. Being the 65th annual show, the 2017 gathering has a lot in store. Going the distance, you can watch the cars drive along or be shown off June 9-11, based at Two Rivers Park in Glenwood Springs. For more information, contact Derek Prechtl at 231-642-1898 or check out https://mgcc.org/rallye-glenwood-springs/.
Grand River Classics Car Show
Come out the weekend of July 29-30 for a weekend of festivities and classic cars. Snowmobiles and motorcycles will even be on display. All events happen at 6 p.m Friday and again at 8 a.m. Saturday. It all happens at West Glenwood Springs on Friday and Glenwood Springs High School on Saturday. For more information on this event, you can call 970-945-1008 or check out https://us.eventbu.com/glenwood-springs/glenwood-springs-car-show/2779284.
Glenwood Springs Ford 2017 Classic Show
Come out for the annual Ford show in Glenwood Springs. Happening every year, this is the biggest collection of Fords out there. You can grab your spot to show off your classic beauty online or come and enjoy viewing all the classics on display. It happens Sept. 16 at 55 Storm King Road in Glenwood Springs. For more information, check out https://www.glenwoodspringsford.com/CarShow/ or call 970-945-2317.
Jason Mueller is manager of A-1 Auto Transport.
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