GALLERY: Colleyville hosts fall car show

Matt Hopkins inspects a Camaro at the Colleyville Fall Car Show on Nov. 13 at Colleyville City Hall. (Anjali Krishna/Community Impact Newspaper)
Matt Hopkins inspects a Camaro at the Colleyville Fall Car Show on Nov. 13 at Colleyville City Hall. (Anjali Krishna/Community Impact Newspaper)

Matt Hopkins inspects a Camaro at the Colleyville Fall Car Show on Nov. 13 at Colleyville City Hall. (Anjali Krishna/Community Impact Newspaper)

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Mason Kuriea inspects a van at the Colleyville Fall Car Show on Nov. 13 at Colleyville City Hall. (Anjali Krishna/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Kyle Lester and his son, Logan, look around at the Colleyville Fall Car Show on Nov. 13. (Anjali Krishna/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Larry Johnson shows off his car at the Colleyville Fall Car Show on Nov. 13 at Colleyville City Hall. (Anjali Krishna/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Jake Arbut leans on his 1976 Chevrolet LUV at the Colleyville Fall Car Show on Nov. 13 at Colleyville City Hall. (Anjali Krishna/Community Impact Newspaper)
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John Martin speaks with a truck owner at the Colleyville Fall Car Show. (Anjali Krishna/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Doug Cook inspects the interior of a classic Chevrolet. (Anjali Krishna/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Mark Martin cleans his 1959 Austin-Healey Bugeye Sprite at the Colleyville Fall Car Show on Nov. 13 at Colleyville City Hall. (Anjali Krishna/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Colleyville Fall Car Show attendees discuss the cars present Nov. 13 at Colleyville City Hall. (Anjali Krishna/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Matt Hopkins inspects a Camaro at the Colleyville Fall Car Show on Nov. 13 at Colleyville City Hall. (Anjali Krishna/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Scott Harlow chats about a 1967 Shelby GT500CR with his wife at the Colleyville Fall Car Show. (Anjali Krishna/Community Impact Newspaper)
The city of Colleyville hosted its first fall car show Nov. 13 in the lot on the south side of Colleyville City Hall.


The show was free and open to the public and included live music from the band Six of the Matter as well as games, prizes and more activities. Awards were also given out.

By Anjali Krishna



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