|Small show, big appeal|
|June 24, 2016 Jerry Purvis|
Jerry Purvis/Gering Citizen Car enthusiast Tuf Crabdree of Aurora, Colorado, brought his 1939 Chevy Master 85 Two-Door Sedan to this yearís Rock-N-Roll Fatherís Day Classic Car Show in Gering. This is the 18th year the event has been sponsored by the High Plains Auto Club.
Although the Rock-N-Roll Fatherís Day Classic Car Show might not be big as shows in large cities, it has a special appeal for one of the hundreds of attendees.
Tuf Crabdree of Aurora, Colorado, learned about the show about four years ago from friends in the area. Heís been coming to Gering wit a different car every year since.
ďI like to come to the smaller, out-of-town shows more than the big ones in Denver where th...
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