Heroes, Hogs, and Hot Rods Car, Truck, and Bike Show Coming to Downtown Manteno


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MANTENO, IL – The vibrant streets of downtown Manteno will come alive on June 10th, 2023, as the highly anticipated Heroes, Hogs, and Hot Rods Car, Truck, and Bike Show rolls into town. Enthusiasts from near and far are invited to showcase their prized wheels at this community event, where all makes and models are welcome.

In a remarkable addition this year, organizers have introduced a special golf cart class, allowing owners of custom golf carts to join the festivities and display their unique vehicles. This diverse lineup promises to captivate both automobile aficionados and the general public.

From 9 AM to noon, participants can register their vehicles for a nominal $20 entry fee, with all proceeds benefiting the noble cause of Project Headspace and Timing, which brings awareness to the needs of veterans. Following registration, an exciting array of activities awaits attendees, including live music performances, an enticing selection of food trucks, and the chance to win remarkable prizes.

After judging concludes, participants and spectators alike will gather in anticipation of the awards ceremony, where custom plaques and trophies will be presented to the standout vehicles. The event can be accessed conveniently from Main and First Street entrances, making it easily accessible for all.

For any inquiries or further information, interested individuals can reach out to Guido at 815-295-1870. Don’t miss this exceptional event that combines passion for automobiles with supporting a worthy cause. 


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