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Beloit car show set for Sunday

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Gazette staff
September 16, 2011
— More than 1,000 classic cars are expected at the Beloit Autorama from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 18, at Preservation Park on Highway 51, 4 miles north of Beloit.

Cars will be parked together by classes: street rod, custom, Corvette, antique, classic, truck, 55-64 full size Chevrolets, street machine, muscle car and special interest.


Cost for a spectator is $6 for adults, $2 for kids 8-15 and free for kids younger than 8.


A parts swap, flea market and arts and craft area will feature more than 200 vendor spaces. The car corral area will feature more than 120 classic and performance cars for sale. Concession stands will be available.


For more information, visit beloitautorama.com.

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