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Paul Bunyan Vintage Auto Club

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The Paul Bunyan Vintage Auto Club was organized in 1972 by Kermit Anderson, Larry Oakes and Roger Tell. Kermit and Larry are still active in the club today. The club is a non profit organization whose purpose is to uphold and encourage the collection and preservation of antique, classic and special interest automobiles. They meet monthly in the winter months and host a weekly cruise night every Thursday evening May through September.
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They held their first car show in 1983 this annual event is their major fundraiser. The carshow has grown into one of the Premier northern Minnesota Car Shows and is held at the Beautiful Bemidji High School. They have facilities for their show that no one else has. They have paved parking for over 250 show cars indoor and outdoor vendor and swap meet areas, a used car corral, and an air conditioned commons area and seminar facilities. They have always donated proceeds from their car show to area non profit organizations such as the Boy Scouts, Civil Air Patrol, First Responders, North Country Hospice, Bemidji area Food Shelf, and many others.
Their mission is to promote and perpetuate the preservation, restoration, and the use of antique automobiles through individual and group participation for the enjoyment of the automobile owners, enthusiast, and the public.

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