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Here are some more random beauties from the 37th Annual Pumpkin Run Nationals. Hope you are enjoying all of these great cars and maybe this coming October you'll try to make it out to see them in person.
I didn't spend all three days at the event, because of other responsibilities and the dicey weather, I dashed around the grounds all in one 10 hour day. Still, in previous years I have spend two full days taking in all that the Pumpkin Run has to offer.
This past October marked the 37th time the Annual Pumpkin Run Nationals has been held. It started slow but grew quickly into one of the regions largest and most respected shows. People will literally come from several states away to attend this event and to put their cars up against the best the Mid-West has to offer. If you've ever had the chance to attend then you know exactly what I'm talking about. This is a must see car show.
The Annual Pumpkin Run Nationals are held each year east of the city. And while you might have to drive out US 50 for a while to get there it is worth the drive. The event is held in the Clermont County Fair Grounds, offering up not only enough space for everyone to be able to spread out and not tread on each other, but the grassy fields makes sure that even if we are having a warm snap in October, that everyone is comfortable.
The Annual Pumpkin Run Nationals can genuinely be called an event. Over three days, Friday through Sunday, they host over 3000 of the coolest 1970 and earlier rides you are likely to see assembled anywhere. But they also have lots of great food and entertainment on hand as well as tons of vendors selling everything from clothing and collectables to that fender for a 1947 Mercury you've been looking for.
Of course the highlight is the cars and here are more for you to enjoy.