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6Th Annual Reggie's Motorworks Open House + Car Show + Swap Meet! Saturday, June 15Th

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Reggie's Motorworks
1362 S. 10th Street
Noblesville, IN 46060


Saturday June 15th from 10:00AM-2:00PM (swap vendors set-up at ~8:00AM)

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This will be our 6th annual open house, and is co-sponsored by Hoosier BMW CCA. This is our way of saying thanks to the BMW community for your many years of support. 

Car show with handmade, one-of-a-kind trophies
Raffle/Door prizes
Swap meet

For more info, or to RSVP, please contact me at reggie_at_reggiesmotorworks_dot_com

We hope to see you there!!

Here are photos from last year's show:





Last year's "Best of Show" trophy:




Reggie Stewart


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