This video is about MadFurther (madfurther.com) a Midwest car culture collective, and we’re throwing a car show in collaboration with Further Performance (fptuned.com) in Minneapolis, Madspeed Car Club and Ben’s VeeDub Shop in Madison, Long Ball Rally in Chicago, and Dubs in the Valley in Oshkosh.
It's a GTG. It's a car show. It’s a vintage plane show. We also like motorcycles.
Our goal is to cater to the local and Midwestern motoring scene by bringing different enthusiasts together to see their common ground. We’ll host vehicles from all kinds of scenes, including Euro and imports, classic rods, rat rods, low riders, JDM/VIP-styled vehicles, muscle cars, and even a few motorcycles! Our event partners, the Commemorative Air Force will also display some of the coolest items in their World War II-era memorabilia collection, including their fully restored B-25 Liberator (Miss Mitchell), a Tuskegee Airmen, a restored P-51, and a few other assorted training planes. We also have a well stocked beer garden to quench your thirst.
When & Where is MadFurther?
The MadFurther Show is scheduled for Saturday, September 7th at Fleming Field in South Saint Paul, Minnesota, home of, and in collaboration with, the Minnesota Wing of the Commemorative Air Force (CAF).
We’ll have a few food trucks, a DJ, and later that night, our CAF partners will host a 40s- and 50s-era dance in their vintage hanger from 6PM to Midnight.
A Dance? Hell Yeah, A Dance! It’s held in the theme of a wartime country during WWII. There’ll be vintage airplanes, zoot suits, cars with big round sexy fenders, remarkable pieces of history, a real swing band, and a beer garden. Here’s a glimpse! You’ll even have a chance to display your car near the hangar for the dance; how’s that for a photo op?
We all understand the work that goes into our passions, and even if the brands and marques and cultures feel different, when it comes down to it, it’s gas+air+spark=boom!
It's all the same at the end of the day.
Pre-registration for MadFurther is open, and tickets for the dance are available, too. Spectators enter for free and tickets for the dance will be for sale at the show as well.