Join hundreds of auto enthusiasts on the front lawn of Kentucky Wesleyan College for a Car, Truck, and Jeep Show. Plan on bringing the entire family for a day of classic cars, trucks, great food, prizes, music, and more.

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It's going to be a beautiful day when hundreds of classic cars, bikes, and trucks head to Kentucky Wesleyan College. I just love the roar of the engines and hanging out with fellow classic car enthusiasts. They always put on one heck of a show. The event will feature all years, makes, and models of the hottest classic cars, trucks, and jeeps in the tri-state. This is an annual tradition after all. Plan on bringing the entire family for a day of FREE fun!

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11th Annual KWC Car, Truck & Jeep Show

Whether you want to show off your classic car, or you just want to check out the best vintage vehicles in town, there will be something for everyone on Saturday, October 9th, 2021 from 8 AM until 4 PM. This is a rain or shine event. The KWC Car, Truck & Jeep Show is open to all years and models. Get your hot rod ready to ride and ready to win. There are some great trophies up for grabs! Including The Bob Pride Award for Best in Show.

Come hungry for the food vendors, music, and door prizes. Free and open to the public.

It's $20 to register your vehicle into the show. Dash Plaques will be awarded to the first 400 entries.

KWC Car Show via Facebook

Just feast your eyes upon all of the beautiful trophies that could be yours.

KWC Car Show 2021 Trophies

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