Midwest Mopars North Car Show Is Back in Duluth

Around 60 Cars Were on Display at the Show

DULUTH, Minn.- Local motor heads showed off their flashy rides at the Midwest Mopars North car show.

Around 60 cars lined the parking lot of the Heritage Center in Duluth, where car lovers admired both new and vintage vehicles, and put their own on display.

“Pretty much you get to go out, cruise around a little bit. Have a little fun. Plus it draws all the attention so,” said David Lucia, an attendee of the event.

The car show was free to the public, but there was a 10 dollar entrance fee for show cars. A part of the proceeds were donated to Animal Allies and Douglas County Humane Society.


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