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23rd annual Good Times Car Show rolls into Old Colorado City Aug. 17

       Old Colorado City will again be treated to a bounty of classic cars in the 23rd annual Good Times Car Show Sunday, Aug. 17 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
       Free and open to the public, the display will feature restored vehicles from a range of types and eras along a closed-off Colorado Avenue between 23rd and 27th streets in Old Colorado City.
A 1932 Chevy Coupe (left; owned by Jerry Mayes) was parked next to a 1932 Ford Coupe (owned by Bruce Unger) during the 2013 Good Times Car Show in Old Colorado City
Westside Pioneer file photo
      
       Up to 425 cars can be signed up, according to website information.
       Sponsored by three area car clubs (the Colorado Cruizers, Rocky Mountain Mustangers and the Southern Colorado Mopars), Good Times is one of the largest car shows in the region every year.
       Proceeds from entry fees will again be donated to Canine Companions, a national nonprofit that provides trained dogs for people with disabilities. Last year's event brought in $7,000, raising the overall total to $74,000, the website states.
       This Car Show has been in Old Colorado City for all but its first three years.
       For more information, or to enter a vehicle, call Kathy Quatkemeyer at 392-3715.

Westside Pioneer article
(Posted 8/12/14; Community: Groups/Clubs)

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