Slo Rollers and Tarkio Chamber of Commerce host Doug Summa Memorial Car Show

Slo Rollers and Tarkio Chamber of Commerce host Doug Summa Memorial Car Show

This 1950 Chevrolet Canadian Sedan Delivery car was a beauty!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

At the Doug Summa Memorial Car Show awesome cars like this 1958 Chevy and the Chevy Nomad to the right were on display.

The cars in the Doug Summa Memorial Car Show looked as good as new, including this 1968 Pontiac GTO restored and owned by Michael and Richard Tullis of Tarkio.

There were many shining red cars, including this Sprint, throughout the park at the Doug Summa Memorial Car Show.

Virgil Henning strolls through Niedermeyer Park, stepping back in time while looking at all the classic cars, trucks, tractors, and motorcycles in the Doug Summa Memorial Car Show.

Koda Hardisty of Tarkio showed this 1969 Oldsmobile F-eightyfive belonging to his brother, Ryan Gough.

This 1958 Farmall 450 tractor owned by Eugene Boeh Jr. of Troy, Kansas, was one of three tractors shown in the Doug Summa Memorial Car Show.

The Car Show, sponsored by the Slo Rollers Car Club and Tarkio Chamber of Commerce, had many entries, including several motorcycles.

J.D. Walter takes a look at the classic cars in the Doug Summa Memorial Car Show at Niedermeyer Park.

The Tarkio Assembly of God Church had a funnel cake and drinks stand at the Doug Summa Memorial Car Show Saturday, June 9, 2018, at Niedermeyer Park in Tarkio. Pictured at the table are Ellen Slemp and Amanda Driskell.

The Heartland Riders chapter of the Christian Motorcyclists Association handed out free water at the Doug Summa Memorial Car Show Saturday, June 9, 2018, at Niedermeyer Park in Tarkio. Pictured are Angie Slaughter, James Elder, Sharlyn Chitwood, David Fruechtenicht, Sharon Fruechtenicht, Marshall Kaplan, Annette Kaplan, Darel Chitwood, Miranda Graybill, and Randy Graybill.

The Tarkio Lions Club held a barbeque for those hungry patrons at the Doug Summa Memorial Car Show Saturday, June 9, 2018, at Niedermeyer Park in Tarkio. Lion Kim Herrick, left, serves Gary Bussard, right.

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