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If you’re a Truck enthusiast, Northwest Indiana is the place for you. There’s almost a car & Truck Show every weekend in Northwest Indiana.
     Most  shows start off with car registrations the day of the show. A few of the shows include a swap meet area where you can also find thousands of car parts available.  Some of the bigger shows have been been promoting  shows for over 30 years with about 200 – 400 Cars and Trucks!  Several shows are combined with the area Festivals as well as Touch A Truck Shows!
     Most of the Shows include plaques for the winners and usually have a Best of Show, Best Engine, Best Paint categories with an additional 50 awards – some shows have the audience vote on their the winners. These shows are open to makes and models, as well as exotics and imports, muscle, trucks, motorcycles, classic and sports cars.

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