Dakota Rods & Customs car show benefits Humane Society
RAPID CITY, S.D. – On Saturday afternoon, the clouds parted, making for prime conditions to have a fall car show at Black Hills Harley-Davidson.
Dakota Rods and Customs held their all-car cruise-in, which is one of the last car shows of the season. The show brings both classic and new car enthusiasts together to one place to share the love of automobiles. Around 60 cars of all ages – ranging from brand new Lotus sports cars to T-bucket hot rods – were displayed at the show.
“It seems like us older people, we’re into the classic cars, and the younger people are into the modern cars,” said Dakota Rods and Customs Vice President Dennis Torres, “And it brings both together so you can look at one and look at the other.”
During the show, they sold 50-50 raffle tickets with the proceeds benefiting the Humane Society of the Black Hills.