They say so much depends on the weather, and for the longest time, the annual Music City Mopar Club All-Mopar Show has had to battle the elements. Late September rain fall has been a staple of bad luck for the event, whether the day of or the day before, consequently soaking the show field into a veritable swamp. Yet, amazingly enough, this past weekend saw nothing but clear blue skies and almost mid-summer temperatures. In fact, the mercury rose so quickly on Saturday that MCMC Club President Donny Lippard scrambled the golf carts distributing free bottled water to those who stood in need. Although unseasonably warm (a repercussion of the tropical storms blowing up from the Gulf, according to meteorologists), the 28th annual All-Mopar Show welcomed nearly 200 cars and over double that in spectators, marking one of the better shows in a decade.

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Edited by Rustymuscle (09/26/17 02:06 PM)
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