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The odometer displays less than 84, miles at time of cataloguing. The Riviera is presented the way the car left the factory in Copper Mist, an exclusive Riviera color, with a Parchment interior. It rides on thin whitewall tires which are mounted on steel wheels featuring factory wheel covers. The car is powered by a cu. V-8 engine which is paired to an automatic transmission.
The Volkswagen Microbus is a very practical, easily maintained collectable vehicle that stands as an endearing reminder of time characterized by youthful idealism and individuality.
Its odometer shows just miles, leaving plenty of thrills to be had by its next owner. The car left the factory presented in Le Mans Blue with a white convertible top and a standard blue bucket seat interior. Today, the car presents the same way it left the factory. It is powered by a cu. V-8 engine paired to an automatic transmission.
Power options include vacuum-assisted power brakes. The interior is completed in blue with wood trim and features bucket seats separated by a console, as well as an aftermarket radio with cassette. With the top down, an interior color-matched top boot covers the tucked away convertible.
With the top down, a blue top boot covers the tucked away convertible top. Exterior features include dual sideview mirrors, dual exhaust, and an extended bumper to accommodate the rear-mounted continental kit. The car rides on Goodyear Custom Super Cushion wide whitewall tires which are mounted on painted steel wheels with factory Sun Ray wheel covers; the rear wheels are covered by chrome fender skirts.
Power equipment on the car includes power convertible top and steering. The tri-tone interior features a clock, radio, and steering wheel spinner knob. The car left the factory presented in Ermine White, a color it appears to remain today. Exterior features include red side stripes framed by chrome trim, dual exhaust, and dual rear-mounted antennas. When the black convertible top is down, a red top boot conceals it.
The car rides on wide whitewall tires which are mounted on painted steel wheels with factory wheel covers; fender skirts cover the rear wheels.
Power equipment on the car includes power convertible top, windows, steering, and brakes. The interior is completed in a two-tone red and white pattern with houndstooth inserts and features a radio with rear speaker.
Built in Lansing, Michigan, and finished in desirable two-tone red and white, this 98 Convertible boasts a white convertible top with a matching red and white leather interior.
It is believed that fewer than examples were so equipped inmaking this Starfire Ninety-Eight a desirable example of s high-performance history. This classic Polo White over Red Corvette was finished in mid-July of and is one of the last six-cylinder examples. Although the very early history of this Corvette is unknown, the vehicle previously was purchased by two brothers locally in Michigan, one of whom was an engineer at Chevrolet, several decades ago. Sold by the brothers to another Michigan-based owner, this second owner would go on to keep the Chevrolet for over 20 years.
He lovingly showed the car throughout his ownership and made sure it was always parked in a climate-controlled environment. The engine was fully rebuilt around and has since been fitted with a new convertible top. Passing to current ownership several years ago, the Corvette is just as attractive today as it was some 60 years ago when it was new. This example would certainly be a lovely warm-weather driver and will continue to get lots of attention and compliments wherever it goes.
The new Jaguar was equipped with left-hand drive steering and overdrive. The car sat in a barn near Gaston, Oregon, for decades, but was recently treated to thorough detailing. The beautiful red interior appears to have been redone at some point, while the exterior shows minor cosmetic flaws, but is in overall fair condition.
It should be noted that the cylinder head appears to be off a later XK engine and does not match the original engine block number. Having sat without running for several years, the Jaguar could benefit from a mechanical sorting prior to being put back on the road, where it would surely impress its next caretaker. Showing 69, miles on its odometer, this SM was built for the model year and is finished in highly attractive grey with a black roof and a matching black interior, exuding stately sophistication and quirkiness in keeping with the assortment of clientele it attracted when new.
Seldom seen in the U. This Pierce-Arrow was in the Pollard Family for decades and was restored for previous owners, with crimson bodywork accented by black moldings and fenders. The interior is upholstered in black leather with red carpets, with a pair of folding jump seats of sturdy construction and a jaunty accessory windshield in the rear compartment, making it ideal for parades and family use.
The car rides on four wooden artillery wheels, with dual rear-mounted spares, giving it an especially sporting and lengthy appearance. Only 99 sport broughams were built, and survivors are quite rare. The sport brougham offered here was originally sold by the famed California dealer Earle C.
Gold was known for appreciating originality and performed a sympathetic frame-on restoration, as the car did not require removing the body from the frame.
Today the car shows 48, actual miles at the time of cataloguing, and the owner, a longtime Packard connoisseur, notes that it has performed flawlessly on two recent CCCA CARavans, riding on Diamondback radial tires.
Further, he notes that all accessories work, including the factory-installed overdrive and hydraulic windows. The car is equipped with its original Deluxe heater and an electric fuel pump. The car retains its original vehicle plate and Earle C. It is a fine example of one of the rarest late pre-war Packards, beautifully conserved by passionate caretakers. Data from the Henry Ford Museum documents this car having been delivered new on 23 April Despite being an older restoration, it has less than 24, miles, which is believed to be original.
KBs from are among the most desirable among Lincoln collectors due to the vastly improved V engine used over earlier models. Originally presented in Opalescent Maroon with a black interior and top, the car was sold through Kingsfield Motors Inc. Marshall sold the car to Edwin Riley of North Bergen. Options listed on the invoice included a hardtop, radio, bumper guards, and a racing mirror. Out the door, Mr. The car is believed to have remained in Riley family ownership into the s.
The car rides on Firestone FR thin whitewall radial tires mounted on chrome knock-off wire wheels. Four-wheel disc brakes bring the car to a safe stop, with the front discs having been upgraded to a Wilwood configuration for improved stopping power. Accompanying the car is the original invoice from Kingsfield Motors, Inc. The E-Type is arguably the most iconic road car produced by Jaguar, with Series 1 examples being the most desirable, and especially those powered by the improved 4.
The efforts paid off with numerous trophy and award wins, with the car having garnered the coveted Grand National award, along with the Junior and Senior awards from the Antique Automobile Club of America in andrespectively. Restored by the late marque specialist John Legue, the car is beautifully finished in the correct factory color scheme of Palm Beach Tan over burgundy cloth interior, piped correctly in body color, and retains its original engine, as noted in Josh B.
The convertible coupe offered here, an unusual and seldom-seen but highly attractive body style, is equipped with the Deluxe Equipment package, as well as a chrome mesh grille guard and driving lights. Properly restored in its present period-correct black finish with matching convertible top, tobacco interior, and red striping, it has an imposing and authentic appearance. As one might expect, this Packard remains in wonderful condition and offers a driving experience which is unmatched by any contemporary luxury automobile.
This beautifully restored and highly accessorized Packard is fully ready to be shown and enjoyed on the open road. The subject of an intense, correct, eight-year restoration, the show-winning Ford is simply stunning.
A high level of detail is seen in every aspect of the restoration, from correct panel fit, to the engine compartment with appropriate wiring, clips, and stamps to insure this would be one of the finest Crown Victorias in the world when completed. The impressive list of factory options on this car include a cu. The mirror-gloss, Torch Red and Snowshoe White paint is striking, and is complemented with matching leather interior, accented with sparkling chrome trim.
This fabulous Ford represents a high point in fifties American automotive styling, and the Crown Victoria has long been coveted and sought after by collectors. This is a rare opportunity for the astute collector to acquire one of the very best quality Crown Victorias in the world.
This lovely Lincoln five-passenger sedan was restored by well-known marque specialist Tony Henkels for then owner Gordon Wallingford. According to the consignor, it has remained a California car its entire life with very few owners.
It was freshened by Aires Restoration, Inc. It has been recently serviced, exercised regularly, and always kept in a moderate climate. This inch-wheelbase example is presented in exceptional medium blue with contrasting red pinstripe and a black Naugahyde interior with a new matching black convertible top.
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Though an older restoration, the paint, interior, and chrome are beautifully presented, and the car has been recently fitted with a new set of wide whitewall tires mounted on contrasting red wire wheels. The car is also fitted with the new-for faux split bumpers, iconic side-mount spares, and fully chromed accessory parking lights, front horns, and headlight buckets.
The chrome contrasting and reflecting in the paint produces a dazzling effect which is sure to garner attention from enthusiasts and non-enthusiasts alike. Under the hood, the car has the legendary nine main bearing cu. To many Packard enthusiasts, this is easily one of the best pre-war engine packages offered by the company due to its power, smoothness, and relatively low cost of maintenance.
The storied Twelve offered only slightly more horsepower but at a hefty price both when new and today, making the Eight a viable and desirable alternative. The hp from the Eight was more than capable of pushing the 4,lb. Phaeton to speeds more than 80 mph while maintaining comfort and luxury in the process. Just 5, Eight Phaetons were made formaking this car a highly desirable offering. It is said to be a highly capable performer which runs and drives exceptionally well.
Beautifully presented in exciting period colors and with highly desirable optional equipment, this will make an ideal entrant in any driving tour, Antique Automobile Club of America, or Packard Club event nationwide. In addition to being a wonderful driver, it would be a superb start toward a high-point comprehensive restoration that could surely earn awards at concours events around the country.
Burdick was attending a petrochemical conference, representing Thermon, the heat-tracing equipment company that he had established in In attempting to sell more of his products to one Sam Aubrey, he learned that Aubrey simply did not have room, as he had a Model T taking up space in his warehouse.
Burdick visited and traded five rolls of Thermon heater cable for the car, which became the first automobile in the Central Texas Museum of Automotive History, established the following year. Aside from having the front fenders repainted in the s, the Model T is essentially otherwise original and unrestored, as would be expected from a car that lived much of its life in the dry Texas climate.
The balance of its black lacquer paint is original, as is the very well-kept cloth interior, preserved under clear plastic covers to prevent damage, and much of the interior trim and hardware. Offered now from nearly 40 years of continuous ownership, this is a final-year Model T with superb history and unusually outstanding preservation. The new owner can only hope to equal Mr.
The Fleetline DeLuxe four-door sedan offered here is almost certainly one of the best original, unrestored examples in existence. It is still wearing its factory Satin Green finish and striped cloth interior; the paint shows only minor wear and patina, as would be expected when driving about 36, believed actual miles, while the interior is remarkable for its age. Options include rear fender skirts, grille guards, dashboard clock, AM radio, heater, and a sun visor; the car is also equipped with turn signals, for more safe modern driving.
For the Chevrolet enthusiast who appreciates clean, well-maintained, and beautifully kept originality, this example of post-war streamlined design would be hard to beat. It appears to have been repainted its original colors and reupholstered in correct blue and vinyl, but is otherwise original and unrestored, and at the time of cataloguing had recorded just 13, believed actual miles. The glass roof, importantly, is still in fine condition, while the engine bay and undercarriage are clean, presentable, but largely untouched.
The engine is mated to the Ford-O-Matic transmission, and the interior features an AM radio, while exterior accessories include a sun visor, rear fender skirts, stainless rocker guards, a rear-mounted spare, and front and rear bumper guards. The glass hoods were designed to be removed before the demonstrator was sold, and many were later destroyed; this is one of very few remaining.
The example offered here was acquired by Richard L. Burdick from the late, respected West Coast collector, Chuck Swimmer, inand has remained on display in his collection for the last decade. It is finished in the unusual, rare, and beautiful color of Valley Green, with a complementary dark green leather interior and tan cloth top. An older restoration with some signs of age and use, it remains very solid overall, with a rust-free body and chassis. Accessories include a dashboard clock, radio, and power windows and top — both highly advanced features for the late s.
At the time of cataloguing, the car had recorded 17, miles, likely since completion of the restoration. Every collection of Full Classics requires the beautiful, subtle Continental, a design landmark of its age. This is a fine example, with an especially striking color scheme sure to make it stand out in any collection.
The Model 27 brougham offered here has been part of the Richard L. Much of the restoration is older and thoroughly patinaed, but would still present use for occasional driving or local cruise-ins, with the eyepopping mauve interior sure to be the object of much admiration.
Importantly, the brougham retains its original diamond tube bumpers and is the only known surviving Milburn with limousine-style carriage lamps, on the sides of the body; its painted wire wheels and whitewall tires are both authentic factory options.
The Model B five-window coupe offered here, from the Richard L. Burdick Collection, is an older high-quality restoration that has been maintained to the same standard. The paint is very good, with only minor paint shrinkage visible on the hood. Panel fit is impressive, with even the doors seen to fit flush, and the interior is very nicely done, with tight seats and door panels, and properly fitted carpets.
The dashboard, gauges, and steering wheel are all nearly like new, as is the engine bay, which has proper hoses and clamps, indicative of the level of attention given by the restorer. Accessories include correct Ford script headlamps and a dual rear-mounted brake light, as well as dual side-mounted spares. The wheels are shod in Excelsior blackwall tires. At the time of cataloguing, the car had recorded just 9, miles, believed to be since the restoration was completed. It is rare to find a Model B restored and maintained to the high standard of this example, which is sure to be a standout even in the most finely curated Ford collection.
It has been refinished in its original color scheme, Ceramic Green and Cape Verde Green, but remains otherwise original and unrestored. It is believed that the 11, original miles noted at cataloguing is the actual mileage since new — and that this may be the lowest-mileage surviving example of its kind. Few American sedans of this era are as eye-catching, unique, and rare as a Kaiser Golden Dragon. It is even more rare to find one in such well-preserved condition, courtesy of the renowned collection of Richard L.
The example offered here appears to be a solid, straight and unmolested original truck, which underwent a cosmetic restoration many years ago, in the original colors; factory paint is still visible in the door jambs.
The interior is finished in black vinyl and, as is typical of that hardy material, is still in fine order, as are the canvas drop-down side curtains surrounding the rear cargo area. A single side-mounted spare and wire wheels, painted cream, add dressy touches. At the time of cataloguing, the truck had recorded 55, miles. One collector recently served visiting friends lunch from the back of a similar vehicle, set up as a buffet. The possibilities are endless! The example offered from the Burdick Collection is one of very few Ambassador Custom cabriolets in existence, and was acquired by Richard L.
Burdick from an owner in Auburn, Indiana, in An older restoration, it wears very nice, well-preserved chrome trim and paint in the factory color of Stratos Blue, with a blue and tan interior and tan canvas top.
Accessories include Nash-badged fog lights and a grille guard. Under the hood, the engine has been built to drive, with dual carburetors, an aluminum head, headers, and an alternator, allowing for more power for modern highway driving — and blackwall radial tires aid in a more enjoyable experience.
The odometer had recorded 77, miles at the time of cataloguing. A rare survivor of one of the most desirable post-war Nash automobiles, this is a car made for driving in Arizona or Florida this winter, under a shining sun. The car offered here, from the Richard L. Burdick Collection, is an older and much-enjoyed restoration in maroon and black, with red wire wheels shod in whitewall tires. The upholstery is still largely tight and beautiful, particularly in the rumble seat.
This would be an ideal V-8 roadster for driving and enjoying, adding to the 32, miles that had been recorded at the time of cataloguing. According to the Stanley Register, this particular car is one of just fourteen B seven-passenger touring cars remaining in existence.
While early history is not known, it has been part of the Burdick Collection for many years, and was formerly exhibited in Mr. A well-presented older restoration, it is finished in scarlet with black fenders, leather upholstery, and canvas top, and remains in good overall cosmetic condition. The Stanley has not been operated in many years and it is recommended that it be inspected by a steam car expert prior to attempting to run it on the road.
Stanley steam cars are fascinating automobiles, both to behold and to drive, and are almost certainly the center of attention at any event which they attend. This example should be no exception! Offered here is the only known Oldsmobile, a L convertible coupe, equipped with the Safety Transmission.
The car has many of the available options and accessories, including a Deluxe AM radio and dashboard clock. Dual side-mounted spares were, by this time, quite rare, but this car has them, as well. Burdick acquired the car from the Greybeal family inand it has remained a feature of his collection ever since. The restoration is remarkably well preserved, with minor patina from age, and still has wonderful eye appeal and fine attention to detail, including restored top irons and a beautiful engine-turned dashboard.
This is a wonderful Oldsmobile in every important regard, with fine history and fascinating specifications. The undercarriage bears original undercoating while the engine compartment is clean, but not fully detailed, with a proper oil bath air cleaner mounted, as well as a modern volt distributor, spark plug wires, and dual exhaust.
Inside, the seats, door panels, and carpets are all in very nice order, while the dashboard and gauges appear original. The car rides on painted steel wheels with chrome centers and trim rings, shod in radial whitewall tires. At the time of cataloguing it had recorded 57, miles. This is a lovely pre-war Ford to drive and enjoy, as its manufacturer intended. It is completely original and unrestored, including its factory Temple Gray and Cadet Blue lacquer paint, interior, chrome trim, and rubber floor mats, and at the time of cataloguing had been driven just 4, actual miles.
The very low mileage is borne out by the condition of the car; the paint still shines, the cloth and vinyl interior is beautiful, and the engine compartment and chassis, while showing some signs of use and age, are both clearly original and solid. Stickers from Sohio oil changes in the early s are still in the door jambs, and a radiator service tag is still attached under the hood. Even the engine compartment and chassis are clean, presentable, and in general better-finished than one would imagine on a truck of this era.
It features a handsomely constructed and well-finished wooden cab, upright in the style of the era, and an especially large wooden truck bed capable of hauling most any load that one could imagine. Powering the truck is a engine with a radiator from a lighter-duty canopy express model. The paintwork, striping, and livery are all lovely. The odometer notes 48, miles at the time of cataloguing. One thing is for sure: This Hudson, based upon an original Series H Super Six chassis and engine, was built by the Burdick team specifically to be driven in the Great Race.
It participated in the event several times in, anddriven by the experienced team of Burdick and Bell; they claimed overall victory in the event, held between Boston, Massachusetts, and Sacramento, California. The car features a tapered boattail body with a bare, polished aluminum engine cover, as well as fully exposed and functional side exhaust in the manner of a period Indianapolis racer. Disc wheels shod in blackwall tires provide excellent reliability, as does the engine, which was reportedly professionally built for long-distance driving.
The interior features dual leather-covered bucket seats, facing an engine-turned aluminum dashboard with an assortment of instruments, including a Great Race-compliant rally timer and outsized clock.
One of the most exciting vehicles in this collection, this Hudson would be an ideal, potentially victorious rally competitor perhaps a future repeat Great Race victor — or simply a blast to drive for a new owner.
Former owners included Adrian Winchell of Beloit, Wisconsin. The car was later acquired by Mr. Burdick inand has remained on museum display ever since.
The car bears a reproduction vehicle number plate identifying it as having been delivered by the Star Garage Company of Streator, Illinois, on 26 July The stampings of the chassis frame, engine block, and steering gear all appear authentic and are close together in their numbering, indicating that they left the factory in this combination.
While the restoration is older, it has held up remarkably well, with excellent paint in the beautiful era-correct Packard combination of Coral and Russett, and a rich brown leather interior with only minor creasing and stretching. The engine compartment and chassis are both clean and have a pleasantly authentic appearance. The odometer at the time of cataloguing recorded 8, miles, likely since the original restoration.
This car would be a superb choice for light freshening and continued showing, or, with mechanical sorting, a bulletproof tour automobile for CCCA CARavans or any other adventure its new owner may wish to undertake.
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Indiana resident Victor F. Hitz, attending the Chicago Automobile Show with his parents, paid a nickel for a raffle ticket and wound up winning the car, at the age of only five! He apparently recognized his luck and held on to the car for the remainder of his long life, eventually joining the Curved Dash Olds Club with it.
All of the original factory finishes are still present, including the original bodywork, upholstery, and rubber floor mat, though of course with considerable patina, and the car is accompanied by its original Indiana state registration disc, no. Only the wheels were replaced, with wire wheels shod in black rubber tires.
One of the most original examples of its kind offered in decades, this Olds fairly begs for continued preservation and display, and merrily tells the story of early American motoring.
It is unlikely to ever again be owned by a five-year-old boy. The Ford remained south of the border until the s, when it moved to a new home in San Diego; its second and third owners were surfers, one of whom worked for Sea World and used it periodically for VIP transportation around the park. Today the wagon retains all of its original wood, in very good condition, with some unusual details, including a lip over the running boards at the bottom of the front doors.
It is believed to have the original 59A Ford flathead block, though it was upgraded in the s with Edelbrock finned aluminum heads, dual Stromberg carburetors, and an Iskenderian cam, and it has been converted to volt operation for greater reliability.
There is a modern radio in the glove compartment, with removable speakers secreted behind the third-row seats. The owner reports that the engine fires up with great power, and that the car drives and stops well for its age. The body and paint on the car is very presentable; while the paint is not fresh, it presents with a good luster, displaying only very minor imperfections from age and use.
The undercarriage is incredibly clean with no evidence of any previous repair work or issues. The vinyl roof is correct pattern and intact. The interior is clean, crisp, and all correct, with the dash carrying all the original gauges. This is a wonderful wagon, soon to continue the next step in its fascinating life. Later the car was part of the personal collection of well-known Cord restorer, Stan Gilliland, in Wellington, Kansas.The Texas Bucket List - First Monday Trade Days in Canton
As seen today the Cord is restored in the rare, unusual factory-correct color of Ganges Green with a proper green leather interior, original radio, and Deluxe heater. Reportedly the engine, a correct replacement unit, was rebuilt with insert bearings in the rod and main bearings, as well as new aluminum heads, while the car was fitted with new heavy-duty steel wheels and whitewall radial tires.
It retains the correct factory brass windshield frame, top bows, and latches. During the restoration the car was fitted with the desirable feature of side exhausts, as well as a rumble seat, a feature used on a handful of prototype cabriolets.
The car retains its original serial number and body tags. Marmon Sixteen historian Dyke W. Ridgley notes the original owner of this close-coupled sedan as having been Andrew Wallgren of Pittsburgh. Very importantly it was also one of the first Sixteens equipped with the desirable vacuum-assisted power brakes, much desired by those who enjoy driving their cars. Kearns of Canton, Ohio.
In it was sold to Robert A. Baldwin of Collins, New York. Several further East Coast caretakers are recorded, ending in with Daniel E. Known for his good nature and willingness to drive and share the cars in his small, finely chosen collection, Mr. Motlow enjoyed the Marmon regularly in tours for the remainder of his life.
It was then acquired for a renowned Midwestern collection, in which it remained untilwhen it was sold to the late, great Marmon enthusiast, Phil Bray of Michigan. Bray, in turn, sold the car in to the current owner, a fellow Sixteen connoisseur, with whose family it has now remained for well over a decade. Typical of a Reuter restoration, the car has aged very well and remains extremely attractive and presentable. That is recognized by its achieving Indeed the car is still worthy of further showings, or, alternatively, of being one of the most attractive and powerful cars on a CARavan.
And at the end of the day, one can have a Jack Daniels toast. It seems only fitting. Born into one prominent local family, she had married into another with her nuptials to Charles Morgan Whitney, a member of the New York Morgan and Whitney banking families and himself a prominent financier and businessman. There, it was spotted in by Frank Franklin, a year-old college student visiting from Texas. With youthful persistence, Mr. Franklin was able to track down the chauffeur on his bar stool at a French Quarter watering hole.
Within a short time, he was able to arrange an even trade: A deal that could only be made in the Big Easy! Franklin carefully spent the next five days driving his new acquisition home to Houston, later recalling that he experienced no overheating problems or breakdowns of any kind.
It remained in his care in central Texas for over 60 years, spending much of that time on display in a museum in Hill County. It has continued to enjoy good enthusiast care since. The car remains in astonishing, wonderful original condition. The carpet and paint are all original, as is the beautifully preserved ornate upholstery in the rear passenger compartment; the mahogany woodwork is lovely, and even the undercarriage is clean and intact.
It is among the brassiest of the brass cars, the material employed in all of its hinges, most of its fittings, and the door and grab handles. In its current ownership, it has been sorted properly, with adjustments to the original carburetor and a thorough detailing throughout, and it now runs well.
Registration is from 8am - 11am. Reg is 9 till 11 AM. Awards presented at 3PM. Most Club participation award also. Over vendors at the street fair. Music, food, and fun. Indoor event held in the Trademart building at the Mississippi State Fairgrounds.
Missouri 27th Annual Autofest at Oak Park. The Car Show will begin on Sun Oct. From 6 to 9 PM. All Vehicles Welcome We are holding an Open House to celebrate. We are hoping many of you that own a classic Ford will stop in to visit and show your car while enjoying train rides by the Arcade and Attica Railroad on October 13thlive music on the 14th and coffee on the 15th Hope to see you there!
Cars start parking at 12 noon, at 3 PM the lights are turned to caution so cars can cruise slow and easy. Great people, Great music, Great cars, Family fun for all. May through October Restaurants and Merchants will be open. Cruz in open to all makes and models, two wheels or four wheels, everyone welcome. Come hang out and enjoy looking at old cars. Live entertainment, drawings, and Great food.
Come and enjoy the fun. Free drinks to all that bring a car. We have a lot of spill over space. Come join us and make this the largest in the State. Come for the day or stay for the weekend.
No reg fee and open to all cars, trucks and motorcycles. Dash plaques to the first cars. Proceeds to benefit our Annual Scholarship fund. All years are welcome.
Gigantic Swap Meet and Manufactures Midway! Event hours are 9 AM - 3: Registration is open 9 AM - Noon. Bigger and Better this year and the weather should be great, not as hot. Same perks as last year and more. What do you get when you combine the most scenic drive in North Carolina And more than of the nations hottest looking classic cars?
Event held at Grill 57 Restaurant. Cancer Car and bike show to raise money for the American Cancer Society. Lucas City Recreation Center. Over 50 trophies and special awards. Twenty classes of cars, trucks and motorcycles will be judged by an experienced team. Classes cover from the earliest antiques to the newer models. All proceeds are donated to the March of Dimes.
We will have food vendors, hourly cash drawings, door prizes, music and kids games. Event benefits Therapeutics Service Dogs of Oklahoma, a nonprofit organization that trains service dogs for individuals living with physical disabilities.
Enjoy the Fellowship with others that enjoy the cars. The All Transportation Swap Meet! Over 20, people attend each year. Held at the Famous Admiral Twin Drivein. Will be from 8am-noon. We will open up to the public from 9 am-3 pm. We will have local bands playing, vendors, food, and a silent car art auction. The car show starts at 10 reg starts at 9 to 3 at L. Open to ALL makes, models and years!! Top 50 trophies and Best of Show!!
Food, Music, raffles and FUN!!! We will also be collecting for Toys 4 Tots!! So if you are able, please bring an unwrapped toy. Cash donations are also accepted.
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Hotel Fiesole Parking Lot, 11am-5pm. Benefits the Donora fire company ladder truck fund drivers are urged to wear there costumes, awards will be given for the most sexiest, most original, most scariest 1st and 2nd places. Free for all, open to all makes and models of street legal vehicles. In December the event is a toy drive for children of Lexington County. All are asked to bring an unwrapped new toy to the event. Both events are collected by the Lexington Sheriffs department. TIME 5 pm till 9 pm except in December when the event is a toy drive when the times will be from 1 pm till 5 pm.
Off base participants are invited to showcase their vehicles at this event. Spectators are limited to those with base access. Show location is Broadway at the Beach. MCA judging by modified street driven guidlines. Cruise-in on Friday evening, at 6. Awards will be presented based upon popular vote. Model T Festival starts Friday October 14, The Car Show is Saturday Oct 15, Trophies awarded at 3.
Registration Awards at 4pm This is a Toys for Tots, car, bike and truck show. Open to all makes and models and rods. The day will start at 9am and goes till 4pm, awards at 3pm. Help us to honor our Veterans and raise money to restore historic Slater Hall. Live music, door prizes and discount food coupons. We will begin reg about 2 pm with music and other events starting about 3 pm. Please come and visit with us, we love to show off our community and our cars.
Please bring your non-perishable food donations to the Cruise In. Swap Meet, Drawing. Absolutely No Alcoholic Beverages. So come on over one Sat and enjoy a great evening of cars. The museum has selected 41 cars from its collection that participants will be able to purchase the right to drive on the rally.
Reg will end when approximately 20 have been registered for that days Rally event. Enjoy arts and crafts and entertainment one block north of car show. Corvette Cruise, swap meet, show-n-shine and much more.
Classes for all muscle cars www. Event is a great fall event with great musical entertainment, crafts, children events, art, food, and much more. Over vehicles in a block area around the Bradley County Courthouse. Multiple gospel groups performing on stage. Bring an unwrapped new toy for Toys For Tots and receive a door prize. Four local restaurants plus food vendors.
DJ plays music with no repeats. Swap meet, drawing and model car contest. Hours from 3 to 9PM. Activities include a 5K run and walk, door prize raffles at 2.
The event is in honor of Izzy and others like her living with Gaucher Disease. At present time, there is no cure. Great weekend of traditional fun with numerous games and prizes for the whole family. One of the largest costume parties in Nashville Saturday night with a special surprise this year. All proceeds go to area families with children that are in need during the Christmas holidays. Our first one was a success and we look forward to this one.
It will be at the Wilson County Fairgrounds. Vendor spaces are available Plaque given for Peoples Choice Favorite. It is held the 4th Thursday of the month. Come enjoy classic cars and great food. John Dagostino Plans to attend all three days! Between and pre- 49 cars come from all over the country for this show.
The run includes vendors, a Silent Auction, Door Prizes, Goody Bags, jar, a special drawing for pre-registered cars, a short cruise in the Texas hill country, an awards ceremony for top ten cars and other awards, food booths and shopping in downtown Boerne. Vehicle challenges for participants: Trophies, door prizes, challenge prizes. Will take place from A.
Awards at 2 P. Dash Plaques and goodie bags to first 75 entrants. Please help support our boys. We are asking all participants in the Car Show to arrive between 8: Judging will begin at 1. If you just want to cruise in without entering the show, we invite you to come as well. You and your family are sure to enjoy a day of cool cars, good music and good food provided to you by the Youth on the Church grounds. Cars will be on display from 10am - 4pm followed by the Annual Award Ceremony.
Guests can look over the lineup of beauties competing in 15 classes. Shop the downtown merchants, enjoy a meal at a downtown restaurant or take a tour of Rosenbergs Railroad Museum.
Peoples Choice awards at 3 PM. Free Food and Drink provided. Live Music by PushRod. Register on day of Event at Texoma H-D. Gates open at 8: Out of park by 2. Begins at 9 A. Judging begins at 11 A. Lunch is from 11 A. Awards at 1 P. Free show T-shirts and dash plaques to first entries. Proceeds from raffle, drink sales, vendor fees, and all reg fees will be donated to local charities. Outdoor Movie Friday Night. Over 30 Judged Classes. Judging will start at 11 AM and will end by 2 PM, Awards will be given out around 3 pm Rain date is set for November 5th, same times Classes for old and new alike as well as trucks and motorcycles.
Trophies awarded for 1st and 2nd in each class. Food Fun and Cars. Concessions and sales booths available. Dash plates and T-shirts for each car entered. Cookoff also being held in conjunction with car show. All pre-registered entries receive a free event T-Shirt.
First 50 entries receive an event dash plaque. In addition to our show we feature Corvettes on Main St.