Wild Horse Plains Car and Bike Show sparkles

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  • Plains resident Roy Ardis pulled out his 1956 Ford Crown Victoria for the show over the weekend. Ardis has owned the classic since 1968 and said he enjoyed showing it off at the show. (Erin Jusseaume/Clark Fork Valley Press)

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    Young Jayden Anderson loved getting up and close with the bikes during the car and bike show saying that the blue motorcycle was his favorite. (Erin Jusseaume/Clark Fork Valley Press)

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    Plains local Buck Larson helped young Cadence Hedahl onto his Harley so she could get a photo on her favorite bike at the show. (Erin Jusseaume/Clark Fork Valley Press)

  • Plains resident Roy Ardis pulled out his 1956 Ford Crown Victoria for the show over the weekend. Ardis has owned the classic since 1968 and said he enjoyed showing it off at the show. (Erin Jusseaume/Clark Fork Valley Press)

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    Young Jayden Anderson loved getting up and close with the bikes during the car and bike show saying that the blue motorcycle was his favorite. (Erin Jusseaume/Clark Fork Valley Press)

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    Plains local Buck Larson helped young Cadence Hedahl onto his Harley so she could get a photo on her favorite bike at the show. (Erin Jusseaume/Clark Fork Valley Press)

It was a sunny Saturday afternoon at the Clark Fork Valley Hospital car park as long term care residents along with plenty of locals turned out to the third annual Wild Horse Plains Car and Bike Show.

Not only enthusiasts see some old classics, there were a few newer models there that looked bright and shiny under the big Montana sky.

Though residents were taken around by hospital staff talking about their favourite cars and reminiscing on years past with their favourite vehicle, those lucky enough to turn out witnessed the next generation of car and bike lovers.

There were plenty of young ones that came out with their families to enjoy the show, a hot burger off the grill and some live music on the day. Young ones also took a liking to the motorcycles that were on show, and the riders were more than happy to let them sit on the back and pose for a photo or two.

Even when the riders got those bikes talking, kids where seen to rush over to hear the rumbles come through the exhaust pipes with huge smiles on their faces.

With the sun out and a summer breeze rolling through the show, the crowds looked to enjoy a shady spot under one of the trees — talking all things cars and bikes for a September summer’s Saturday.

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