9th Annual Mercy and Grace on Wheels Gospel Car & Motorcycle Show

Mercy and Grace on Wheels, Incorporated is a non profit organization that connects at risk youth with positive experience and car people. When I heard about their annual fundraiser I marked my calendar so that I could support it.


The show had something for everyone. Activities for children, a game truck, and train ride. Community organizations, local police agencies, and corporate sponsors had tents and booths setup.

The event was held at Columbus Christian Center Church. There was plenty of parking and entertainment was provided by several bands and groups.


All makes and models were welcome and there was great representation. The show bikes showed out!


I spotted a few nice Buick classics in attendance.


I always have to capture the Oldsmobiles at any show I attend. I spoke to the owner of this 1984 Hurst/Olds with only 50,000 miles on the odometer. His neighbor bought the car new in Columbus and he bought it from him a few years ago.


There were some really nice Chevys at the show. 


This 1967 Camaro won best of show.


I spoke to the owner of this 1969 Camaro with Z28 badging. It has a freshly installed LS motor with FiTech fuel injection. The 18/20 staggered chrome wheel setup was shiny bright.


A few exotics came through. Bentley and Maserati are always crowd pleasers.


The owner of this beautiful 911 Turbo took a moment to talk with me about his ride. I didn’t expect this car to have a back seat.


What is a car show without hot rods?


Too many nice cars to capture them all. Here are a few others that caught my eye.

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