Dogwood Car Show sees turnout of 93 classic cars

Wednesday, May 9, 2018
This 1964 Chevrolet Impala Super Sport, left, and Firebird, right, were just two of 93 eye-popping classic cars on display at the 32nd annual Dogwood Car Show on the Cassville square Saturday. Jim Craig/Special to the Cassville Democrat

The Show Stopper award at Saturday’s Dogwood Car Show went to Austin Drake for his 1956 Bel-Air.

Mike Cornelison, of Cassville, gets his 1950s model Ford race car set up for judging that his late father drove in stock-car races in the 1960s, during the Dogwood Car Show Saturday, May 5. Jim Craig/Special to the Cassville Democrat
The Show Stopper award at Saturday’s Dogwood Car Show went to Austin Drake for his 1956 Bel-Air. Contributed photo
Austin Drake, right, takes the 2018 Show Stopper award from Brittany Crawford, Cassville Chamber director, with his 1956 Bel-Air at the 32nd annual Dogwood Car Show on the Cassville square. Nearly 100 cars were judged at the event. Contributed photo
Both locals and out-of-towners turned up Saturday to enjoy rows of show-stopping classic cars from several eras, at Cassville’s 32nd annual Dogwood Car Show. Jim Craig/Special to the Cassville Democrat
The Dogwood Car Show featured classics from several decades, including this 1955 Dodge Lancer, owned by Don Mitchell, of Wheaton, who took Best Presentation. Jim Craig/Special to the Cassville Democrat
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