Car, Truck, Motorcycle, Tuner, Lowrider, Off Road, Custom, Classic, Muscle, Sports, Antique, Performance, Exotic, European, Expo, Motor
A spectacular showcase of mechanical marvels including 2,000 cars, trucks, motorcycles, aircraft, warbirds, antique engines and tractors, helicopter and plane rides, flyovers, freestyle motocross stunt shows, skydiving, monster truck rides, kid’s amusements, food and drink, live music View Full Listing Details
Car, Truck, Motorcycle, Tuner, Lowrider, Off Road, Custom, Sports, Performance, Exotic, European, Motor, Convention, Other
For 2019 We’re BACK at THE BURNSVILLE CENTER
Join Us, Rain or Shine, for Family-Friendly Fun Saturday June 15th from 10am to 3pm
This is an ALL-Inclusive Auto Event! Ford, Pontiac, Chevy,
Dodge, Nissan, Mazda, Toyota, Jaguar, Porsche, Ferrari…
if it was made in the 80’s, bring it out! Whether domestic or
imported, car, truck or bike, showroom stock or modified to the point of being unrecognizable – we want YOU there. If you drove it wearing blue eye shadow or acid-washed jeans, be there! View Full Listing Details
The weekly event is open to all automobiles made 1979 and before. The events include music, a raffle and a few sponsors choice awards. There is no fee for the weekly events but you can buy raffle tickets which help support the events. View Full Listing Details
Car, Truck, Motorcycle, Off Road, Custom, Classic, Muscle, Sports, Antique, European
The 15 Annual Newton Downtown Car Show will be held on May 4th, 2019. This is Central Kansas' Premiere car show. Presenting over 150 trophies, Dash Plaques, Goodie Bags, T-shirts, Cash Prizes, Gas Card and more!
8 food vendors, 10 display vendors, demonstrations, music DJ.
Last year crowd attendance was 12,000. 350 cars, trucks, classics, motorcycles and rat rods. Dopn't MIss This One! View Full Listing Details
Greasers are a working-class youth subculture that was popularized in the late 1940s and 1950s by predominately working class and lower class teenagers and young adults in the United States. The subculture remained prominent into the mid-1960s and was particularly embraced by certain ethnic groups in urban areas, though rural and suburban youth also participated in the subculture.