Nohea Strong Car Show Draws 150 Cars and Motorcycles

Nohea Strong Car Show Stage photo

 

By Shawn Merrill

 

Here’s what you missed at the Big Island’s first car show of the year!

 

The event was held on Saturday, January 14th in Kailua-Kona at the Kealaheke High School.

 

There were about 20 motorcycles and about 130 cars, along with entertainment and good food. It was all for a good cause — a charity event for a young woman’s fight with stage 4 cancer.

 

Though my 2007 SL550 did not win the sports car class, it was a great opportunity to showcase to the Big Island folks our car club as many of those who stopped by to chat were not aware that there was even a Mercedes-Benz car club in Hawaii.

 

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