The Helper City Park became a parking lot of cars Saturday as the Helper Outlaw Car Show again entertained crowds with vehicles from nearly every era. One hundred and fifteen vehicles were entered in the show. There were cars and motorcylcles from Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, and Nevada.
Mike James, chair of the event, said, “It was really great, and this year we had 19 girls enter the pin-up contest.”
The winner of the pin-up contest was Kylasin Cloward.
“Thanks to everyone who helped make this possible. We had a really great turn out,” James said.
John Masin won the Mayor’s Choice Award with his 1933 Maroon Packard.
John Masin won the Mayor’s Choice award with his ’33 Maroon Packard.