West Acres Baptist Church Motorcycle Club is bringing back its car show for the second year Saturday, with plenty of chrome and four-barrel fun.
Last year, the show featured 48 vintage and tuner cars, trucks and motorcycles, said auto show organizer James Dyches.
Entries will run the gamut of automobiles and motorcycles past and present, Dyches said.
Auto enthusiasts can expect American muscle cars of the 1960s and 1970s, antiques from the auto industry's infancy, new sports cars, souped-up import sporty cars and modified trucks.
"There will be a lot of fun and fellowship, door prizes, concessions and good Christian camaraderie," Dyches said.
Registration begins in the parking lot across Gibbs Road from the church at 9 a.m. and runs until 1 p.m. Pre-registration of vehicles ends Friday and costs $15. Contestants also may register Saturday for $20.
Proceeds from the show will be donated to the Answers in Genesis Creation Museum, which is under construction in Petersburg, Ky., Dyches said.
Organizers have lined up two judges for the show and will award prizes to the top 20 cars and trucks and the top five motorcycles, Dyches said.
The vehicles will compete for people's choice and pastor's choice awards, he said.
Spectators can enter drawings to win door prizes of food, T-shirts, car-cleaning kits and gift certificates to area stores, Dyches said.
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