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Beaters, Bands and Burritos to roll downtown on April 12

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MADISON – Knuckleheads Car Club of Alabama will present “Beaters, Bands and Burritos” on April 12 in downtown Madison.

The car show will start at 2 p.m. in the vicinity of Bandito Burrito, 208 Main St. and feature traditional style hot rods and custom vehicles manufactured before 1968. Walt and Larry Anderson are collaborating with the car club for the event.

For entertainment, Hillbilly Casino will perform live. Cars also will be on display in Bandito Burrito’s back parking lot on Martin Street.

For more information, call Greg Ridgeway at 256-509-1734 or visit Facebook/knuckleheads-car-club-of-Alabama.

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