Wonderful people, hell of a show! Great showing....
*USE OF PHOTOS W/OUT WRITTEN PERMISSION IS PROHIITED*
1. There are photos to be added... (Motorcycles etc) 2. One of my cards was corrupted, so the photos I shot of the cars from the show were lost. (SUCKS!) However I still have the T-shirt contest, the truck pull, and bikes! Sorry about that guys... First time it's ever happend :(
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