Basehor Car Show – 2016

The Basehor Car Show took place on Oct. 1, 2016. Featuring cars from all over, this community event truly has something for everyone.

Hundreds of tags just like this adorn windshields across the parking lot at the Basehor Car Show. Detailing key aspects of the car, they're a staple of the show.

Photo by: Sterling Hollond
Hundreds of tags just like this adorn windshields across the parking lot at the Basehor Car Show. Detailing key aspects of the car, they’re a staple of the show.

At the Basehor Car Show, such vehicles as 1925 Franklins are classics to fawn over. Every aspect of this car seems ancient, and all the more rare.

Photo by: Sterling Hollond
At the Basehor Car Show, such vehicles as 1925 Franklins are classics to fawn over. Every aspect of this car seems ancient, and all the more rare.

Cars of all shapes and sizes are abundant at the Basehor Car Show. From newly made Corvettes and Mustangs to almost centuries-old Franklins and Fords, car enthusiasts of all ages and preferences will enjoy themselves.

Photo by: Sterling Hollond
Cars of all shapes and sizes are abundant at the Basehor Car Show. From newly made Corvettes and Mustangs to almost centuries-old Franklins and Fords, car enthusiasts of all ages and preferences will enjoy themselves.

At the Basehor Car Show, there's something for everyone. Kids run around, adults ogle over dreamed-about cars, and it's fun for the whole family.

Photo by: Sterling Hollond
At the Basehor Car Show, there’s something for everyone. Kids run around, adults ogle over dreamed-about cars, and it’s fun for the whole family.

The 1969 Ford Torino Talladega sits in the middle of the Basehor Car Show, showing what's its got under the hood. Sporting a 428 Cobra Jet engine, this is a car to be reckoned with.

Photo by: Sterling Hollond
The 1969 Ford Torino Talladega sits in the middle of the Basehor Car Show, showing what’s its got under the hood. Sporting a 428 Cobra Jet engine, this is a car to be reckoned with.

The classic dice hanging from the rear-view mirror are no strange sight at the Basehor Car Show. Making appearances everywhere, these dice are reminiscent of a bygone era.

Photo by: Sterling Hollond
The classic dice hanging from the rear-view mirror are no strange sight at the Basehor Car Show. Making appearances everywhere, these dice are reminiscent of a bygone era.

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At the Basehor Car Show, a Rambler American sits casually, its pristine body and bright red paint job for all to see. The 20th century car was built from 1958-1969.

Photo by: Sterling Hollond
At the Basehor Car Show, a Rambler American sits casually, its pristine body and bright red paint job for all to see. The 20th century car was built from 1958-1969.

A skeleton rests in the passenger seat of an old maroon truck at the Basehor Car Show. Consistent with both the Halloween month and old theme, this decoration feels and looks right at home.

Photo by: Sterling Hollond
A skeleton rests in the passenger seat of an old maroon truck at the Basehor Car Show. Consistent with both the Halloween month and old theme, this decoration feels and looks right at home.

A white 1939 Kansas license plate sits against a black frame at the Basehor Car Show. The old plate brings back the good old times.

Photo by: Sterling Hollond
A white 1939 Kansas license plate sits against a black frame at the Basehor Car Show. The old plate brings back the good old times.

The Basehor Car Show happens annually in the Basehor-Linwood High School parking lot. Cars come from all over to attend.

Photo by: Sterling Hollond
The Basehor Car Show happens annually in the Basehor-Linwood High School parking lot. Cars come from all over to attend.

Car enthusiasts and community members alike come to admire some of the best cars around at the Basehor Car Show. The show hosts cars of all make and era.

Photo by: Sterling Hollond
Car enthusiasts and community members alike come to admire some of the best cars around at the Basehor Car Show. The show hosts cars of all make and era.

A line of cars pop their hoods to show their muscle at the Basehor Car Show. American flags adorn the machinery of quite a few.

Photo by: Sterling Hollond
A line of cars pop their hoods to show their muscle at the Basehor Car Show. American flags adorn the machinery of quite a few.

A massive American flag flies at the entrance to the Basehor Car Show. Cars sit below, brandishing their might and beauty.

Photo by: Sterling Hollond
A massive American flag flies at the entrance to the Basehor Car Show. Cars sit below, brandishing their might and beauty.

A Chevrolet truck sits with a V8 engine at the Basehor Car Show. The open side metal coupled with the red paint gives the car a classic feel.

Photo by: Sterling Hollond
A Chevrolet truck sits with a V8 engine at the Basehor Car Show. The open side metal coupled with the red paint gives the car a classic feel.

Magnus parts sit among the mishmash of engine parts under the hood of a classic ride at the Basehor Car Show. The American flag is a constant theme throughout the show.

Photo by: Sterling Hollond
Magnus parts sit among the mishmash of engine parts under the hood of a classic ride at the Basehor Car Show. The American flag is a constant theme throughout the show.

A 'Woody's Hot Rod Garage' truck serves as both an advertisement and a statement. Complementing the refined look, "WE BUILD 'EM FAST!" stands out against the sleek black.

Photo by: Sterling Hollond
A ‘Woody’s Hot Rod Garage’ truck serves as both an advertisement and a statement. Complementing the refined look, “WE BUILD ‘EM FAST!” stands out against the sleek black.

An old fire truck rests peacefully at the Basehor Car Show. Retired from work but well kept up, the vehicle looks as good as new.

Photo by: Sterling Hollond
An old fire truck rests peacefully at the Basehor Car Show. Retired from work but well kept up, the vehicle looks as good as new.

An old 'Big Toe Service' truck sits in the parking lot at the Basehor Car Show. Its rusted metal and winches make it stand out from the crowd.

Photo by: Sterling Hollond
An old ‘Big Toe Service’ truck sits in the parking lot at the Basehor Car Show. Its rusted metal and winches make it stand out from the crowd.

A classic blue truck paired with a brass knuckle clutch looks right at home at the Basehor Car Show. The steel control panel mixed with a falsa pattern gives the car a refined look.

Photo by: Sterling Hollond
A classic blue truck paired with a brass knuckle clutch looks right at home at the Basehor Car Show. The steel control panel mixed with a falsa pattern gives the car a refined look.