The purpose of the Mid Mo Old Car Club is to unite antique and special interest car owners and enthusiasts who are interested in restoring and maintaining their car in a manner that will attract prestige and respect within the community. To serve as a medium of exchange of ideas, information, and parts for admirers of antique, classic, and special interest automobiles. To aid them in their efforts to restore, preserve, and exhibit the car in it's original likeness and to keep automotive history alive.
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The Mid Mo Old Car Club was founded May 3, 1971 by 36 old car fans that had met a month earlier at an Old Car Round-Up held at the Montgomery Ward′s parking lot on Missouri Boulevard in Jefferson City.
Current Club members Donald Weber, Larry Rademan, Roger Hager, and Wes Scott were among these charter members.
The 1971 Round Up has always been considered the 2nd annuaI round-up since one Round-Up had been held before the CIub was formed. This 1st Round-Up was heId October 25, 1970 at the Montgomery Ward’s parking lot and Donald Weber said he was there with his newly restored ModeI A Ford. By 1972 the Round Up included judging and trophies.
The MMOCC Round-Up and Show was moved to the south side of the Capitol in about 1975 and to High Street, a coupIe γears later. It was moved to the 600 block of East High Street in about 2007 and to Old Munichberg in 2009.
In the early years of the Club, the car show also included an awards banquet held in the evening at places like the Missouri Hotel and Governor Hotel.