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Cash Advances are Not Available on the Car Show Grounds.  First National Bank - 148 N. Main Street Iola will be able to accommodate this.  There hours during car show days:  Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 pm; Friday 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 pm; Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 pm. However,  ATM Machines are available and located on the Car Show Grounds.




Four Days of Exciting Family Fun - IOLA '14

"Four for All in '14" - Featuring Four-Door Vehicles and "Celebrating 50 Years of Mustang"

From July 10-13, Iola becomes home to the Midwest's Greatest Old Car Show and Swap Meet!

With over 2,200 show cars, 4,400 swap spaces, 1,000 car corral spaces, 1,600 camping spaces over 300 acres, the Iola Old Car Show is one of the biggest events for auto enthusiasts in the Midwest. click for more info

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Iola Old Car Show is a production of Iola Old Car Show Inc, a non-profit corporation established for the betterment of our area communities and to advance the specific charities of our members click for more info

Our range of services - from free parking, complimentary Wi-Fi to our shuttle and bus services - is designed to provide you with a comfortable and convenient experience at the Iola Old Car Show and Swap Meet.

Located in north-central Wisconsin, Iola is easy to get to from anywhere in and around the state. Check out our directions page to find the fastest way to travel, wherever you're coming from.

Call now: 715.445.4000

or email:  information@iolaoldcarshow.com

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IOLA OLD CAR SHOW - The Midwest's Greatest!


For the first time in history, the top three most valuable postwar four-doors vehicles will be on public display during the 2014 Iola Old Car Show in Iola, Wis. — the 1955 Chevrolet Biscayne concept car, the 1955 LaSalle II sedan concept car and the 1966 Duesenberg prototype. Each of the cars will be at the show July 11-12 courtesy of their owner, dream car collector Joe Bortz of Highland Park, Ill. For the first time, all three will be on display at one show!