Last year’s show featured 139 judged entries, plus many RPM Club members also have vehicles on display but are not judged.
Competition classes include:
Original Classes — 1900 to Present, 1970-1979, 1980-2000, 2001-2016, 1900-Present Stock Trucks, and High School.
Specialty Classes —Untouched Factory Original (1900-1979), Tri-5 (’55, ’56 and ’57), 1953-2015 Corvettes, 1964-2015 Mustangs and 2016-Present All Makes Stock.
Modified Classes — Trucks 1900-1980, Trucks 1981-Present, All Street Rods, 1900-1975 Cars, 1976-Present Cars, Rat Rods and Foreign Cars.
Special Class Awards — Best All Ford, Best All GM, Best All Mopar, Best of Show, Ladies’ Choice, Spectators’ Choice and RPM Club Choice.
More than 60 trophies, including first through third places in the Original, Specialty and Modified classes, will be presented. Judging will finish by 2:30 p.m., and trophies presentation will begin at 3:30 p.m. Every participant will receive a free dash plaque. Eischeid said the show has received strong support from the community
Spectators’ admission is free, and features during the day will include drawings for door prizes, drawing in a 50-50 raffle, music by deejay Big Daddy Addy and food concession from Hy-Vee.
RPM Club will match the donation from the 50-50 raffle, and this year it will go to Iowa Freedom Rock painter Ray “Bubba” Sorensen of Greenfield. Sorensen has painted patriotic Freedom Rocks in all 99 Iowa counties and recently completed a 100th rock at Adventureland in Altoona. His Carroll County Freedom Rock is at Hausbarn Heritage Park in Manning, and last year he completed a Liberty Rock at the entrance of Northland Park, north of Highway 30 in Glidden. Eischeid said the donation will help Sorensen with his expenses. Sorensen has embarked on a