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Innsbrook Car & Truck Show to benefit veteran support group

Car lovers (owners and spectators alike) are invited to the Innsbrook Car & Truck Show on Saturday, September 29 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event will benefit God Cares veteran support and will be held at the Charrette Creek Commons.

The event is open to the public and will have live music, door prizes, concessions, cars and trucks, awards, raffles and more! Free to attend. Pre-registration is $20 per car or truck before Thursday, September 27. Day-of registration is $25. Pre-registration is $10 per golf cart before Thursday, September 27. Day-of registration is $15. For more information email or call 636.928.3366, ext. 9180.

Awards will be given for Best in Show in the following categories:

  • 1900-1939 (Stock or Modified)
  • 1940-1949
  • 1950-1959
  • 1960-1969
  • 1970-1979
  • 1980-1999
  • 2000-Present
  • Trucks Pre-1979
  • Trucks 1980-Present
  • Street Rod Pre-1950
  • Special Interest
  • Rat Rod
  • European
  • Golf Cart Stock
  • Golf Cart Custom (three modifications)
  • Corvette C1-C2
  • Corvette C3-C4
  • Corvette C5-Present
  • Camaro 1967-1981
  • Camaro 1982-2002
  • Camaro 2010-Present
  • Best in Show (People’s Choice Award)
  • Mustang 1964-1973
  • Mustang 1974-1993
  • Mustang 1994-Present

Judging for Car Show will be at 2 p.m. with awards at 2:30 p.m.

Innsbrook’s scenic 7,500 acres are located just 45 minutes west of St. Louis and include recreational and residential properties, meeting facilities, a restaurant, 18-hole public golf course and more than 100 lakes. Families, couples and individuals from all over the country come to Innsbrook for homes, corporate outings, weddings, family activities, recreational opportunities, vacations and more.

God Cares is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization. The organization works closely with the Missouri Career Centers in Warrenton, St. Charles, St. Louis and Franklin Counties to assist those veterans looking for employment with needs that the Career Centers and other agencies are unable to provide. They also work closely with the Veterans Administration office in St. Louis to assist with needs beyond their means as veterans start new jobs. For more information, visit

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