The extravaganza begins Friday, May 25 and runs through the weekend. Events throughout the weekend include a free swap meet, car auction, car corral and show.
Visitors will also look forward to the car show. Attendance is free to enjoy food, music and trophies right on Main Street Friday, Saturday and Sunday. For more information call Barb at 605-699-2263
“The auction is a great time for anyone with an appreciation for, or interest in classic cars,” said Dave Geisler, owner of Pioneer Auto Museum. “Best of all, it’s free admission.”
Pioneer Auto’s swap is a free event that takes place all weekend long. There you will find a huge selection of cars, accessories and parts with items available from dealers.
The auction, which takes place on Saturday, May 26, will be operated by the McPherson Auction Co. out of Rapid City, SD. For more information call 1-800-685-1369.
Types of vehicles being auctioned include a 1942 Ford Super Deluxe, 1965 Chevrolet Nova and 1955 Pontiac Star Chief. It is muscle cars and rare vehicles like this that make Murdo in May such a destination point for collectors.
Last on the weekend agenda is the antique and collectibles sale, Sunday, May 27 at the Murdo Auditorium. For more information call Eckert Auction at 605-843-2845.
For more information about Pioneer Auto Show and this year’s Murdo in May event, call Pioneer Auto at (605) 669-2691 or visit their website: http://www.pioneerautoshow.com.
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About Pioneer Auto Show
New displays are being added constantly at Pioneer Auto Show. With more than 300 vintage cars, trucks and motorcycles, the Pioneer Auto Show & Prairie Town is one of the largest, privately-owned auto shows open to the public with 42 building of exhibits, 60 tractors, 60 motorcycles, toys, animations & music machines. The famed South Dakota car museum also carries a wide range of antique collectibles and a famous collection of Zeitner rocks, gems and fossils.