Die-cast model car enthusiasts gather in Wasco

  • Keith Johnson of Joliet with his die-cast replica of Elvis's pink 1955 Cadillac Sedan De Ville, which Elvis originally bought for his mother, was at the BGV Motorsports 3rd Annual Model Car Indoor Cruise In at The Lodge on 64 in Wasco Saturday.

      Keith Johnson of Joliet with his die-cast replica of Elvis's pink 1955 Cadillac Sedan De Ville, which Elvis originally bought for his mother, was at the BGV Motorsports 3rd Annual Model Car Indoor Cruise In at The Lodge on 64 in Wasco Saturday. Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Matthew Hallberg, 8, North Aurora, with his 1959 Cadillac "Ecto-Mobile" Ghostbuster car he built with his dad was at the BGV Motorsports 3rd Annual Model Car Indoor Cruise In at The Lodge on 64 in Wasco Saturday.

      Matthew Hallberg, 8, North Aurora, with his 1959 Cadillac "Ecto-Mobile" Ghostbuster car he built with his dad was at the BGV Motorsports 3rd Annual Model Car Indoor Cruise In at The Lodge on 64 in Wasco Saturday. Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • David Bryan of Naperville with his die-cast replica of Paul Newman's 1979 Porsche 935 Turbo that he drove with Dick Barbour at the 1980 24 Hours of Daytona was at the BGV Motorsports 3rd Annual Model Car Indoor Cruise In at The Lodge on 64 in Wasco Saturday.

      David Bryan of Naperville with his die-cast replica of Paul Newman's 1979 Porsche 935 Turbo that he drove with Dick Barbour at the 1980 24 Hours of Daytona was at the BGV Motorsports 3rd Annual Model Car Indoor Cruise In at The Lodge on 64 in Wasco Saturday. Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

 
Daily Herald report
Updated 2/7/2015 7:33 PM

The BGV Motorsports 3rd Annual Model Car Indoor Cruise In at The Lodge on 64 in Wasco was held on Saturday.

The free event draws automotive enthusiasts who get a chance to show off their 1/24th or 1/18th model car, truck, or motorcycle to compete for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place awards.

 

The event also raised funds for The Salvation Army USA.

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