Vintage and classic cars lined West Washington Street in front of the old administration building, filled the grassy field behind and lined both sides of South 2nd Avenue from north to south during the 35th Annual Madison County Car Show held over the weekend.
Over 385 car enthusiasts shared their vehicular pride and joy with the public at the event sponsored by the Central Iowa Auto Club.
Gates opened at 8 a.m. on Sunday with 26 awards to be given around 3 p.m. that afternoon. The event was free for the public; food vendors included Easton’s Food Truck and Pi and Q, a local restaurant. Raffle tickets were available, with the winner taking home a quilt that contained previous car show T-shirt designs. Door prizes were also given out throughout the afternoon.
Members of the public had the opportunity to visit with car owners and learn about their vintage or classic automobiles.