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It’s never too early for “Shades of the Past”

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While many are welcoming the fall season in and eagerly awaiting winter break, those who love classic cars and the exciting shows that come along with them have already begun to plan for the 2018 Shades of the Past car show held in Marshall each year. The last show in June featured nearly 400 vehicles and hosted thousands of car enthusiasts not only from Minnesota, but from regions throughout the Midwest and across the United States.

Have you been tinkering around in the garage with plans to eventually get your hobby car up and running and all decked out to show off? If so, this coming winter season is an ideal time to spend under the hood and get the exterior of the car all shined up and ready to roll for the Cruise Marshall event that will be held Jun. 1, 2018. Show hosts expect no less than 200 classic beauties will show up in style for the cruise-in. Shades of the Past show planners expect hundreds more will either drive in or will have their cars, trucks, bikes, rat rods and even tractors safely delivered for show on the Jun. 2, 2018.

If you’ve never been to the Shades of the Past show before, you may be wondering why it’s such an important show for the local community. This show is the largest car show in Marshall each year and it brings the community together for lots of fun, chances to win some great prizes and best of all, the top classic, unique and rare vehicles in the state.

Held at Running’s in Marshall, the show is free to the public and includes live music and entertainment for all ages, food and drink and the coolest vehicles ever to roll down the street. If you love cars, trucks, rat rods, motorcycles or tractors, be sure to mark your calendar for the 2018 show coming up in Jun. 2018.

For more information on the show or to find out about registering your own cool vehicle, be sure to check out the Shades of the Past website at www.shadesofthepastmarshallmn.com/.

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