Classics returning to Old Town for annual Car Show

       The Good Times Car Show is once again scheduled to fill Old Colorado City with shiny cars of all makes, models and years Sunday, Aug. 21.
       Up to 400 vehicles will be on display along Colorado Avenue and its side streets between 23rd and 27th streets from 9 a.m. to 3:15 p.m., according to plans by the four event-organizing car clubs - the Colorado Cruizers, the Rocky Mountain Mustangers, the Southern Colorado Mopars and the Modern Mopar Muscle Club of Southern Colorado.
       The show is free and open to the public. The avenue will be closed to traffic throughout.
       Most typical among the entries are fully restored “classic” cars dating back 30 or more years. Also frequently found are customized engines, body work and paint jobs. In all, the show has 10 categories in which vehicles are judged, including one for rigs that don't fit in the other nine.
       Proceeds from the entrance fees (after expenses) will go again to Canine Companions, a national nonprofit that provides trained dogs for people with disabilities.

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