Rescheduled Gus’ Station Car Show this Saturday
Due to the rain storm
during the original date, the Steele County Historical Society has moved the fifth annual Gus’ Station Car Show to Saturday, Aug. 3, 8:30
a.m. to noon at the Steele County History Center in Owatonna.
Classic cars of all
ages, new and old, domes- tics and imports will be on display throughout
the facility parking area at the SCHS, ensuring there is something for everyone to see. The car show is a participant voting system, with open class trophies to the
top ten vehicles. A dash plaque will be given to all entries. There is a $5 per vehicle registration fee.
The show will feature a
wide range of specialty ve- hicles scheduled to attend.
1957 Vintage Sprint Car
#9, 1970’s vintage wing- less sprint car #17, 1957 vintage Chevy Convert- ible Stock Car; 1948 Curtis Craft Midget vintage race car; Vintage Super Mod- ified race car; 1967 Chev-
elle Asphalt race car, 1963
Nova vintage Late Model race car; 1961 Mculloch
Go-Kart; 1948 Customized Crosley Pickup; Model A hunting camper; and the current Mastell Brothers Touring Series points leader Sprint car.
The fund raising breakfast was held on the original date, so no breakfast will be held on the alternate date.
Guests can stroll through the Village of Yesteryear and purchase commemorative items in Gus’ Station and are also available in the County Junction Gift Shop locat- ed in the History Center. Admission to the car show is free, however do- nations are always appre- ciated. All proceeds go to Gus’ Station Restoration and proposed addition of
a service bay to be located next to Gus’ Station.
The Gus’ Station Car Show and Breakfast is made possible with the generous sponsorship from title sponsors Hope Creamery and Tri M Graphics.