The growing Franklin County Car Show had a record number of vehicles entered in Saturday’s competition
By ROBERT S. MERRILL
Some 125 cars, trucks and motorcycles were on display Saturday at the Preston City Park for the sixth-annual Franklin County Car Show. Vehicles started showing up at the park early Saturday morning.
Award presentations were made at 3 p.m. There were 22 categories this year from early antiques, sports cars, restored originals, hot rods, motorcycles and jeeps. Boyd Burbank arranged for trophies this year.
Larry Hansen, in charge of this year’s event, said the first 100 entrants received a dash plaque.
“Every entrant was given a list of vehicles entered in each category and they voted on their favorites. All judging was done by those entrants,” he said.
This story is sponsored by Consolidated Irrigation Company.
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