Kansas City World of Wheels 1979

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Michael Schrick's ticket from the 1979 Kansas City World of Wheels. The first show he displayed his 1957 Chevrolet on. Photo courtesy of Michael Schrick.
Michael Schrick's 1957 Chevrolet. The car was part of the Classic Chevy Club display. Photo courtesy of Michael Schrick.
Photo courtesy of Michael Schrick.
Photo courtesy of Michael Schrick.
Michael Schrick came third in the MPC model car contest at the show. Photo courtesy of Michael Schrick.
Photo courtesy of Michael Schrick.
A photo of Michael Schrick with Janis Scmitt, February Playboy Playmate of 1978. Photo courtesy of Michael Schrick.

The 19th annual Kansas City World of Wheels was held January 12-14, 1979 at Bartle Hall in Kansas City, Missouri.



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