Seminole Pow Wow Classic Car Show a Gearhead’s Dream

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The 47th annual City of Seminole Pow Wow festival opened with a classic car show by Touch of Class Car Shows at 5 PM on Friday the 13th. The Pow Wow started in 1967 as a fundraiser for the Seminole High School stadium, so it is fitting that this year’s show opens with a salute to these American originals.

The show featured classic cars from the 1950s and 60s, including a Malibu Super Sport, an early Camaro, and a Mercury Comet. It also featured exotics like a 2006 custom Mustang, and two Acura street racing cars. Guests were given a chance to vote for best of show at a booth in front of the Seminole Recreation Center. The opening day of the Pow Wow also featured local music from local teen band Nothing Too Fancy on the main stage, and late DJ Krysp provided entertainment until the show closed for the day at 11 PM.

Touch of Class Car Shows hosts a show weekly at the Country Harvest in Clearwater, Florida and will be holding a show at the City of South Pasadena Block Party on March 28th.┬áThis event was covered live on stre.am, the in the moment live streaming service for iOS and Android. Check out the teaser for Friday’s live stream on Vine.

On the ferris wheel.

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The Kiwanis fire truck pull on the final day of the 47th annual City of Seminole Pow Wow!

The Kiwanis fire truck pull on the final day of the 47th annual City of Seminole Pow Wow!

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