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KBPI 106.7 Rock n Roll Car Show '11
« on: April 26, 2011, 07:10:23 PM »
The coolest car show in Colorado is back at Bandimere! Saturday June 11th, C-470 & Morrison Rd. from 8a-4p.

$5 admission at the gate, children under 12 free. Free parking.

Stop by and vote on your favorite cars... It's all People's Choice. KBPI is awarding 4 trophies in each class and 1 HUGE trophy for "Best in Show".

Grudge Runs: Want your chance to prove that your ride is more than some chrome and a fancy paint job? Let’s see if you can back it up with what’s under the hood. Challenge your friends to race on the track. $3 each per run. Must pass tech inspection and have valid driver's license to make run.

Return of the Burn out Box! There’s nothing like the squeal of tires and the smell of burnt rubber.

10 Car classes:
Muscle Car Era 60-84’
Street Rods pre-1940 models
Trucks
Tuners
Hot Rods 1940-1960
Late Classic Models 85’ to 99’
Late Models 2000 to current
Bikes (Sport, Custom & Cruisers)
Race Cars

Register your car now. Participation Registration fee is only $25.
Register and get your spectator tickets here!

Food & Fun for the whole family. Come back soon for special event times during the car show (Guess The Cubed Car, Guess the Part & don’t miss the car running with no oil and guess on how long it will run)

Read more: http://www.kbpi.com/pages/RocknRollCarShow.html#ixzz1KgJRRGM5
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Re: KBPI 106.7 Rock n Roll Car Show '11
« Reply #1 on: July 21, 2011, 11:57:31 AM »
Man and I remember Johnny when he had that small shop in Federal. Used to go there to buy what I needed, get advice and buy stickers.


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