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Brussels Car and Motor Show packs town park

A plethora of cars lined the outfield grass of the Brussels Town Park baseball field on Saturday morning as the second annual Brussels Car and Motor Show was underway.


New this year to the car and motor show were the tractors, which was also a big hit alongside the many different cars. From muscle cars to the biggest attraction, the large General Lee bus, participants were able to judge the vehicles that were brought to the show. The judging ran until 1:00 p.m. 


All the proceeds from the second annual fundraiser go to the Brussels Union Gardner Fire Department, who were the hosts of the show. The money the fire department makes will go towards replacing some of its turnout gear for its 50 firefighters. The turnout gear has a typical life span of 15 years, though some of the equipment the BUG Fire Department employs is more than 20 years old. 


The trophies for the winners were awarded at 3:00 p.m. and there were dash plaques for the first 100 entries. 


Below are pictures from the car show at the Brussels Town Park. 


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