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Early Tindusters ‘show and shine’ despite light rain

The Quincy streets were filled with hundreds of classic hot rods, street rods, and rat rods Saturday.

Despite the rain, ‘Show and Shine’ for the Early Tindusters had many of the vehicles out on display.

Organizers said participants comes from all over for the Color Run Drive, award ceremonies, and camaraderie.

They said with this being their 43rd year, they hope to keep interest high as they near the half century mark.

“Every year we try and encourage more people to come back to the street rod event here in Quincy, it not only brings a lot of resources to the local business community, what we need is if you have a street rod sitting in your garage, join our club!,” Tin Dusters member Richard Chapman said.

Organizers said the event works to raise around $10,000 for Camp Callahan, a local organization that hosts a summer camp for kids with special needs.

Frank Healy

Multimedia Journalist at WGEM

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