Classic cars of all shapes and sizes infiltrated Ankeny this weekend for the annual Albaugh Classic Car Show. We want to know which classic cars make you want to purr.
History mixed with a bit of nostalgia yesterday when the third annual Albaugh Classic Car Show was held at Albaugh, Inc. in Ankeny. Spectators got the chance to enjoy the numerous classic cars of those who entered the show, as well as Albaugh's personal collection of over 145 classic Chevrolets. For lovers of classic cars, the last 100 or so years have produced a large variety of different makes and models of cars. Some are timeless, others powerful and some simply make you weak in the knees with their beauty. So we want to know - what classic car is your weakness? Tell us in the comments!
The third annual Albaugh Classic Car Show, which is held as a fundraiser for the Ankeny Schools Activities Department, will be held on Saturday.
If you’re a classic car enthusiast, Ankeny is the place to be this weekend. For its third year, the Dennis Albaugh Classic Car Show will bring hundreds of classic cars ranging from a 1912 Little to a 1975 Corvette to Ankeny on Saturday, July 23. The event is held as a fundraiser for the Ankeny Schools Activities Department. “The last time we held (the car show) we raised almost $45,000,” said Randy Munson of Karl Chevrolet in Ankeny, the main sponsor of the show. “This is just another example of businesses and organizations working together for the common good. “It gives us a chance to raise money and give it back to the community. The event first began in 2008. The second show was held in 2009. Munson said more than 450 cars registered to…