The Palestine Herald, Palestine, Texas

Local News

February 20, 2014

Cars of Palestine's 29th show slated March 22



• Class 2 — 1932-54 original/restored (except street rods)

• Class 3 — 1955-59 original/restored

• Class 4 — 1949-59 modified/custom

• Class 5 — Sports cars

• Class 6 — 1960-69 cars

• Class 7 — 1970-79 cars

• Class 8 — 1980-99 cars

• Class 9 — 2000 and up cars

• Class 10 — 1964 1/2 to 1966 Mustangs

• Class 11 — 1967-73 Mustangs

• Class 12 — 1974-2004 Mustangs

• Class 13 — 2005 to present Mustangs

• Class 14 — Muscle cars

• Class 15 — Street rod cars

• Class 16 — Street rod trucks

• Class 17 — Competition

• Class 18 — 1932-60 trucks (except street rods)

• Class 19 — 1961-87 trucks

• Class 20 — 1988 and up trucks

For more information about the show, call 903-729-0403 or 903-729-8183 or e-mail or write: Cars of Palestine, P.O. Box 2112, Palestine, Texas, 75802. More information also can be found at or

The fun for car enthusiasts doesn't end when the car show is over — another event is planned at the Courthouse Square. A Doo Wop Cruise is planned from 6 to 10 p.m. on March 22 during the evening.

“Come gather at the square and show off your antique car or hot rod! Listen and dance to the hits of the '50s and '60s with music provided by Jammin JS Productions,” a news release said.

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