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Custom Car Show Drives into Great Falls

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The Great Falls Custom Car Show is the most attended car show this year andour own Joe Biega was down at the Expo Park earlier to check out all the hotrod action, and you'll be surprised at one vehicle that made a visit. The GreatFalls Custom Car Show grows larger every year.

I came down to the Expo Park tocheck out some of this show's hottest cars.

"Were doing wonderful we had a really good turnout real great supportfrom the community coming out here and checking out all the cool rides and theexotic stuff that you never see in Great Falls like this 3300 horse power boatof Denny's. It's just exciting people have just been oohing and Ahhing overeverything," explains show President, Michael Storrusten.

Participant Dan Johnson says he joins the car show to show off the hard workhe puts into restoring cars.

"That's what you do you want to show them off so that's why you bringthem, you share what you have done, what you have put into a car,"explains Johnson.

Pete Zahara enjoys having one of the most unique cars. This year he broughtone of the most recognizable drag racing cars in history.

"Most people that were affiliated with any kind of drag racing and allwill recognize the car. Sox and Martin was one of the winningest race teams inthe country. Ronnie Sox was the best driver, he won more races than any otherdriver won," says Zahara.

Holy car show Batman! For kids young and old the most popular car this yearis certainly the most iconic. And so I had to make my way over to Clint youngask about his Batmobile.

"It has everything it is completely fully functional exactly as you seeon the TV series right down to the flames all the gadgets. Yeah it's unhookedright now but we do have a cool picture of it right here. I spent 4 yearsrestoring back to the way it looked on the TV show so," says owner ClintYoung.

As this year's show comes to a close I have been told by Mike Storrustenthat the show is going to get even bigger next year.

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