Lovin the Sun car show will take place 10 a.m.-8 p.m. at Myrtle Beach Speedway. Registration, which is $25, runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Spectator fee is $5. Children 13 and under get in free. Show sponsor is C.A.R.S., or Car Audio, Radio and Security. Stereo competition hosted by CARS843.com. Other events include auto tug of war, auto "limbo," exhaust poppin' and burnout. Awards will take place at 6 p.m., with a neon glow off and "draggin." For more information, visit www.theroadshowevents.com.
A cruise in will be held at Mid Eastern Truck Wash /Chrome Stop, located in Gaston on 225 Bellinger Lane - off Interstate 26 at exit 125. The event is billed as a chance to meet and greet with other clubs in South Carolina while viewing top-notch semi trucks. All vehicles are welcome including cars, trucks, big wheels and bikes. The American Truck Historical Society will be bringing antique trucks from across the Southeast. Proceeds and a prize drawing will support the Special Olympics. For more information, visit www.facebook.com/mideasternchromestop.
The Sumter Cruisers Car and Truck Show will be held at the Striped Bass Festival in Manning. Car show registration, 9 a.m.-noon, is $20. Awards presentation will be 3 p.m. Categories include production cars through 1960, '61-'69, '70-'99 and 2000-present; production trucks through 1999 and 2000-present; modified trucks; street rods through 1948; modified cars 1949-'70, '71-'99 and 2000-present; rat rods; and special interest. Music will be provided. For more information, contact Bobby Beatson at 803-481-2124 or David Marcella at 803-481-4269 or visit www.sumtercruisers.com.
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