Car Crazy

From classic Detroit muscle cars to souped-up Japanese speedsters, plush luxury sedans and lovingly restored vintage autos, Americans love their cars — even if it’s just the well-worn grocery-getter in the driveway. And just as there’s a car for nearly everyone, now there’s a car show for everyone: the Krazy Kreations & Xtreme Collision show today, at 7102 Raleigh Street in Westminster. No matter what your automotive pride and joy is — from lowrider to street racer to wacky art car — the organizers want you to come show it off. “Any kind of car under the sun is what we want,” says Xtreme Collision owner Nikki C’Debaca. “Last year we had about 500 cars. This year we hope to have even more.”

Cars will be judged in numerous categories, so anyone can win, and the trophies are handmade by Krazy Kreations owner Rick Murray. In between the car judging, there’s plenty of non-car entertainment — a burlesque show, four live bands, a dunk tank, tattooing and body piercing, plus all-you-can-eat homemade Mexican food. It’s just $10 to enter your car, which includes everything, or $5 if you don’t have a car and just want to eat. Or skip the food and enjoy the entertainment for free! Car registration is open between 7 and 10 a.m., and the event will go late into the night. Call 303-427-4984 with questions.
Sat., Aug. 9, 7 a.m.-10 p.m., 2008


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