KANSAS CITY, Mo. - It was a great day for car-lovers at the Sixth Annual Art of the Car Concours at The Kansas City Art Institute.
Exhibitors from 12 states showed off more than 200 vintage and special interest vehicles – All the way from a 1929 Duesenberg that once belonged to Ginger Rogers, to a Mason touring car that has been in the same family for more than 100 years.
The show is now one of the largest vintage car shows in the country.
"This is so much different than a regular car show that we have in this area because these are cars that are classic cars yet they're not the usual run of the mill cars,” Charlie Nill, from St. Joseph, said.
The money raised by the Concours goes to fund scholarships at The Kansas City Art Institute.
For more information about the Art of the Car Concours, visit www.artofthecarconcours.com .
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