Car club touring Kaycee

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SHERIDAN — Join the Sheridan/Johnson County Model A and Pioneer Car Club for a tour of Kaycee on Sunday.

Participants will meet at noon at the Madsen shop, directly across from ICM Concrete on North Bypass Road in Buffalo.

There is plenty of room to leave trailers if necessary.
The slower older cars will have a head start, leaving at 12:30 p.m., with the rest following about 15 minutes later.
The route to Kaycee will be on Highway 196 (old Highway 87) with an arrival time in Kaycee of 1:30-2 p.m.

The group will meet at the Country Inn in Kaycee for brunch and a short meeting. The cost of brunch is $7.50. Then comes the chance to show the cars to the people in Kaycee and to tour the Chris LeDoux Park. Club members and non-members are welcome. Bring your friends and invite other car enthusiasts to join the trip.

To qualify as a “Pioneer,” a car must be at least 25 years old.
A pickup and trailer will follow the group — just in case they’re needed. RSVP to Craig Stoner at 751-5257 or Roz Robinson at 752-3141 or Carl Madsen at 307-620-5160 by Friday if you wish to participate in this Kaycee tour.

By |May 1st, 2013|

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