Vehicles parked all up an down Main Street in Sheridan may not be a very rare occurrence. Show vehicles parked downtown, from classic hot rods to brand new supercars, means the KARZ Club Rod Run. Mark Wells is the event chairperson.
What did everyone else think of the show?
Vehicles were judged in two classes by age. One class included vehicles manufactured in 1949 and earlier, and the other class held cars built in 1950 or later.
Some owners even had all the extras to give judges a feel for when the cars were popular. There was one car that still had the drive-in tray hooked on the window, complete with fast food, and a menu that takes you back to when milkshakes and fries were only a dime.
The Rod Run ended with an awards banquet on Saturday evening.