Very good show. Over 350 cars at this event. Participant voting, but when you register you get a ballot with only two classes (not your own) and Best Of Show. That makes it hard to politic some votes. Food was good and they ran out around 2PM. Cars are parked on paved area and grass. There was a very big hill with a couple of Monster type trucks at the top and the kids had fun climbing up the hill and rolling down. Luckily, the info sheet about the trucks were at the bottom of the hill so us old farts did not have to climb it. Raffle prize was a SBC which was started up a few times during the show. They had silent auction and the usual arts and craft type vendors along with some automotive supply dealers and a die cast seller.