Vroom, vroom, vroom by the car show

Wednesday, August 21, 2019
Food and refreshments were available, as well as live entertainment at The Depot Auto Show on Saturday. The Crossroads gospel band was the first up in offering music for the spectators as they voted on vehicles. Jordan Privett/jprivett@cassville-democrat.com

Food and refreshments were available, as well as live entertainment at The Depot Auto Show on Saturday.

Kenneth Phillips excitedly introduced a hopefully annual event to Exeter this Saturday, The Depot Auto Show was a huge hit with 57 registrations. Jordan Privett/jprivett@cassville-democrat.com
For the first time, Exeter hosted a car show in hopes to make it an annual event. There was a huge turn-out, and 57 cars registered for the event on Saturday. Jordan Privett/jprivett@cassville-democrat.com
Erick Casas, wearing the black tank top, entered his 1929 Ford Model A into The Depot Auto Show on Saturday in Exeter. Joe Dubuque, left, and his son Patrick Dubuque, right, looked over the vehicle and got to speak with the owner about it. Jordan Privett/jprivett@cassville-democrat.com
With six trophies total including a Kidís Choice category, 57 vehicles and tractors registered for The Depot Auto Show on Saturday. Caden Swearingen, owner of CS Photography, was a sponsor and organizer of the event. Swearingen said the first place winner was John Henderson. Jordan Privett/jprivett@cassville-democrat.com
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