Back for its 37th installment, the Dusty Wheels Indoor Auto Show will be at the Rosetown Arena once again this Sunday. All kinds of different cars will be on display throughout the Arena, and there will also be an outdoor car corral setup. Barry Churchman with Dusty Wheels talked to West Central Online about the Auto Show, and a special memorial which will be setup in honour of a member who passed away earlier this year.

Merv DaweThe Auto Club will setting up a special memorial for Merv Dawe this Sunday. Photo from Dusty Wheels Auto Club Facebook.

"We are doing a memorial section for Merv Dawe. He was one of the original members, and he passed away this year so, we are doing a memorial lane for Merv of '50 to '59 Fords. We got three Edsels coming, because Merv belonged to the Prairie Chapter Edsel Club."

Barry then elaborated on just some of the vehicles that will be showcased at the Auto Show.

"There are some special cars coming. One's a '56 Chevrolet out of Saskatoon that a guy's grandfather did, and the colour combination it just about knocks your socks off."

This being the 37th annual event, Churchman mentioned this Auto Show never shutdown over COVID, something he was very proud off.

"We are the only car club in Saskatchewan that can say our car show is annual. We didn't miss one car show, we were able oblige by the COVID rules, and snuck both car shows in."

The Indoor Auto Show will run from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. this Sunday at the Rosetown Arena. 

2022 Dusty Wheels Indoor Auto Show poster Poster from Neil Isley