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July 14, 2016 - Amazon Web Services
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July 14, 2016
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12 News and Notes
from around the
old car hobby
35 Oregon salvage
yard is worth
the trek
39 Our BIG show and
auction calendar
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VanDerBrink Auctions ............. 2, 3
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W. Yoder Auctions........................ 7
Holmen Lions Kornfest Car Show
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Madison Classics ........................ 9
Auburn Cord Duesenberg
Automobile Museum ................. 10
Smith Auctions LLC ................... 11
D & D Classic ............................ 13
Mills Real Estate & Auction....... 13
Diecast Direct, Inc. .................... 15
Beckort Auctions ....................... 16
Miedema Auctioneering Inc ...... 16
Pleasant Valley Auto.................. 16
Toy Farmer ................................ 16
Krause Publications .................. 23
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A salute to the early
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ONLINE ONLY AUCTION!!!!!
- COLLECTOR CARS, MEMORABILIA, SHOP EQUIPMENT
VANDERBRINK AUCTIONS WILL SELL THE REDDISH COLLECTION IN ONLINE
ONLY AUCTION. ALL ITEMS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION
6-18-16 FROM 12 TO 2PM • HOLDREGE, NE
AMAZING CLEAN COLLECTOR CARS- LOW MILES! 1972 CHEVELLE, 1968
MUSTANG, 1962 CHRYSLER 300 2DR HT, 1973 PLYMOUTH SATELLITE, SIGNS,
WELDERS, AND MORE. SEE WEBSITE FOR COMPLETE PICTURES & DETAILS!
BIDDING WILL END JUNE 28TH, 2016
THE WES ANDERSON COLLECTION
FRIDAY JULY 15TH & SATURDAY JULY 16TH, 2016
FRIDAY- JULY 15TH, 2016- 9:30AM- COMPLETE LINE OF LATE MODEL FARM EQUIPMENT-SEMIS
SAT.- JULY 16TH, 2016- 9:30AM- ANTIQUE TRACTORS, COLLECTOR CARSAIRPLANES & MORE 31957 CNTY RD. 38, CHATFIELD, MN 55923
VanDerBrink AucƟons is pleased to bring you the Wes Anderson Estate AucƟon. Wes was a jack of all
trades and inventor. He loved farming and farmed up to the day that he passed away. Wes operated Flying
A Airport and trained many people to Ňy. He loved history and had many collecƟons from Collector Cars,
AnƟque Tractors, and much more. His family shared in his love of his collecƟons. His Family has decided to
sell his collecƟons and there is something for everyone from Collector cars, guns to a Minneapolis Moline
Tractor collecƟon, motorcycles and even airplanes. The aucƟon will be 2 days with the Late Model Farm
Equipment on Friday and all the AnƟque tractors, cars, and collecƟbles on Saturday. Everything will be sold
NO Reserve and online bidding is available if you can’t come to the aucƟon. Plan now to spend the weekend
with the family and a chance to bid on a piece of this wonderful collecƟon.
DirecƟons: From StewartVille, MN- Follow Hwy 30 E. approx. 6 miles to Cnty Rd. 1. Turn S. on Cnty Rd 1 to
Cnty Rd 2. Follow Cnty Rd. 2 E. to Cnty Rd. 38. Turn S. on Cnty Rd. 38 to AucƟon Site. Follow Signs.
COLLECTOR TRACTORS • HORSE-DRAWN EQUIPMENT AND BUGGIES
COLLECTOR CARS:
FORD: MODEL T KIDDIE CAR, 1930 FORD MODEL A 5 WINDOW COUPE, 1923 FORD MODEL T TOURING, 1936
FORD 2DR SEDAN, 1976 FORD MAVERICK, …
DODGE/PLYMOUTH: 1921 DODGE TOURING CAR,
1937 PLYMOUTH DELUXE 4DR SUICIDE SEDAN, 1948 DODGE 4DR SEDAN, 1968 PLYMOUTH SPORT FURY
CONV. , 1964 DODGE DASRT GT COUPE, 1975 DODGE LIL’ RED EXPRESS TRUCK-ADVENTURE PICKUP, 1978
D150 LIL’ RED EXPRESS TRUCK,
CHEVROLET: 1958 CHEVROLET “SURVIVOR” BELAIR 2DR SEDAN,
1967 CHEVROLET NOVA II
4DR SEDAN, BUICK: 1972 BUICK LTD 4DR SEDAN, AND MORE …
AIRPLANES:
1979 Piper Cherokee Archer II 6 seater Prop Plane, 1964 BeechcraŌ
Bonanza 6 seater prop plane, 1967 Cessna 172, 4 seater Prop Plane,
1978 Cessna 150 Commuter Prop Plane, along with many parts.
TOOLS, PARTS, SHOP EQUIPMENT AND MORE!
VINTAGE HONDA MOTORCYCLES & PARTS- 54 CORVETTEMEMORABILIA & MORE AT AUCTION!
THE PAUL AGESON COLLECTION AUCTION
SATURDAY, JULY 23RD, 2016 AT 9:30AM
304 MAIN ST., LESTER, IOWA, 51242
Approx. 65 Vintage Honda Motorcycles and parts. Amazing 1954 Chevrolet
CorveƩe Roadster Survivor! 41,000 miles! Gas & Oil Signs and Memorabilia
and much more. For complete catalog vanderbrinkaucƟons.com
APPROX. 120 COLLECTOR VECHICLES FOR PROJECT-ROD & PARTS!
BLACK HILLS CLASSICS LIQUIDATION AUCTION
SAT. JULY 30TH, 2016 9:30AM
& JULY 31ST, 2016 9:30AM (IF NEEDED FOR MORE PARTS!)
110209 MEADOW DRIVE, EDGEMONT, SD 57735
DirecƟons: From Custer, S.D.-W. on Hwy 16 Approx. 30 miles to Dewey Rd., S. On Dewey Rd. 5 ½ miles
to W. on Meadow Drive to site. Follow signs.
VanDerBrink AucƟons is pleased to bring you the Black Hills Classic LiquidaƟon AucƟon. John Crabtree
has been dealing ion classic vehicles for 45 years. He has sold hundreds of cars and parts across the US
and now his aƩenƟon has a new focus- kids. A few years ago, John went looking for Love in the Ukraine
and instead lost his heart to the children that were in the orphanages. John saw the needs of the
children and has been buying boots and toys for many of these children. he may not have found love,
but the children of the Ukraine stole his heart. John is planning is 3rd trip back to buy more boots and
help the kids this fall. The aucƟon will bring added money for John to help the kids in the Ukraine. The
AucƟon has something for everyone. With approx. 120 vehicles from the 30’s and 40’s for rod-restore
and parts, along with Impalas including bubble top projects. There are also hundreds of parts for
your projects from Ford Model A to Impalas and more. Plan now to aƩend this aucƟon. THERE IS NO
CELL PHONE AND ONLINE WILL BE LIMITED. PLAN NOW TO ATTEND THIS AUCTION IN PERSON IN THE
BEAUTIFUL BLACK HILLS OF SOUTH DAKOTA.
APPROX. 120 COLLECTOR VEBICLES FOR PROJECT-PARTS & ROD:
FORD: 1926 Ford Model T Coupe, 1929 Ford Model A Pickup, 1936 Ford, 1947/8 Ford Business Coupe,
3-1937 Ford Slant Back Sedans, 1936 Ford Panel, 1938 Ford Panel, 1950 Ford ConverƟble, 1951 Ford
ConverƟble, 1950 Ford Woody Wagon, 1951 Ford Woody Wagon, 1960 Ford Sunliner Conv, and many
more bodies and vehicles for rod, restore, and parts…
CHEVROLET/BUICK: 2 1935 Chevrolet 3 window Coupe, 5-1934 Chevrolet Sedans, 6-1936 Chevrolet 2dr
Sedans, 1959 Chevrolet 2dr Sedan, 6-1960/1 Chevrolet Bubble Top Projects, 1960 Chevrolet El Camino,
1946 Chevrolet 5 window Pickup,3- 1954 5Window Chevrolet Pickups, Other GMC and Chevrolet Pickups, 1941-48 Chevrolet Sedans, 1949 Buick Road Master, and much more…,
DODGE/PLYMOUTH: 1936 Plymouth Conv., 1959 Plymouth 2dr Sedan, 1948 Dodge Panel, and more…
MANY BODIES FOR ROD, RESTORE, AND PARTS!
HUNDREDS OF COLLECTOR PARTS FROM MODEL T TO 1960’S GM!!!: 1-409 AND OTHER 348 CHEVROLET PARTS,…AND SO
MUCH MORE!!!!
MUSH BE PRESENT-IN PERSON TO BID ON PARTS!
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LATE MODEL FARM EQUP.-AIRPLANES-& MORE AT AUCTION
COLLECTOR CARS & PARTS- MEMORABILIA G ALLIS CHALMERS AT AUCTION
THE MILTON PETERSON COLLECTION
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SATURDAY AUGUST 6TH, 2016 10AM
COLLECTOR CARS:
CHEVROLET: 1934 CHEVROLET TRUCK FOR PROJECT, 1934 CHEVROLET HANDY MAN PANEL FOR
OR ROD OR
RESTORE, 1949 CH
CHEVROLET PANEL BODY FOR ROD, 1958 CHEVROLET BELAIR 2DR HT, running driving
RESTORE
project, ready for your paint! 283 V8! 1958 CHEVROLET 2DR BELAIR PROJECT, 1956 CHEVROLET 4DR SEDAN, Complete project, 265 V8, blue and white, 1960 CHEVROLET IMPALA 2DR HT, Blue and white, 348
Tri-Power, 4 speed! restored! 1961 CHEVROLET BELAIR 4 DR SEDAN, White, V8, 3 spd, 1962 CHEVROLET
IMPALA 2DR HT PROJECT, V8, 1964 CHEVROLET IMPALA 2DR HT PROJECT, 327 V8, 3 speed, Red, 1965
CHEVROLET IMPALA 4DR SEDAN, transplant 396 V8, complete, 1965 CHEVROLET IMPALA CONVERTIBLE,
V8, 3 speed, 1969 CHEVROLET NOVA COUPE PROJECT, cool project, 1968 CHEVROLET STEPSIDE SHORTBOX PICKUP PROJECT, 1950 CHEVROLET 2DR SEDAN ROD PROJECT, updated 6 cyl. w/split manifold and
Cast iron 4 speed, Nova Sub-frame, AND MORE…
FORD: 1948 FORD CUSTOM DELUXE 4DR SUICIDE SEDAN, 1964 FORD GALAXIE 500 CONVERTIBLE, Black
w/ white top, red interior, 352 V8, AT. BeauƟful car! 1964 FORD THUNDERBIRD COUPE, 390 V8, AT, Gold
interior, 1963 FORD THUNDERBIRD, original car for restore, 390 V8, AT, buckets-console.
DODGE-DESOTO- AND OTHERS: 1924 DODGE BROTHERS COUPE FOR ROD OR RESTORE, 1937 DESOTO 4DR
SUICIDE SEDAN FOR ROD OR RESTORE, 1950 CROSLEY DELUXE 2DR SEDAN, VINTAGE TRIUMPH CONVERTIBLE, …
FOR TERMS, PICTURES, AND MORE AUCTIONS… WWW.VANDERBRINKAUCTIONS.COM
Can’t Come to the AucƟon…. Bid Online at www.proxibid.com - Milton Peterson- Owner
COLLECTOR CARS-TOYS-MEMORABILIASIGNS & MORE AT AUCTION!
SATURDAY, AUG. 13, 2016
THE KEN BROWNLEE COLLECTION AUCTION
SEPT. 17TH WEEKEND, 2016 9AM
KENNY’S OLD FORD
SMITHVILLE,
MISSOURI
389 COUNTY ROAD F, HUDSON, WI
Wonderful SelecƟon of Collector vehicles, vintage toys,
memorabilia and Gas & Oil Signs.
Amazing 8 acre beauƟful farm with car storage to be
oīered that
same day!
VanDerbrink AucƟons is pleased to
bring you the Kenny’s Old Fords CollecƟon AucƟon. Ken Brownlee was known all over for his Ford
cars and parts. There is something for everyone from Vintage
Ford Neon signs, pumps, hundreds of NOS and used parts, to
approx. 35 Collector Cars and Trucks from a 1966 Ford Shelby
Mustang to other Mustang Projects, Model A’s, T’s, and much
more.. Watch for details and Plan to AƩend this AucƟon!
APPROX. 150 VINTAGE MOTORCYCLES AND PARTS AT AUCTION
- NO RESERVE!
AUGUST 20TH, 2016 10AM
311 4TH ST. MARNE, IOWA 51552
Also – Open
House Party at
Baxter CycleBriƟsh Bike
Specialty
Food-Fun-DJAucƟon and
Much More!
THE PINKLEY COLLECTION
SATURDAY, OCT. 1, 2016
Over 100 American Classics
for project...parts...restore...
Watch for amazing details!
THE CRAIG STILLMAN COLLECTION
APPROX. 300 VINTAGE MOTORCYCLES - APPROX.
100 VINTAGE SNOWMOBILES AT AUCTION
SUNDAY SEPT. 4TH, 2016
9:30 AM
593 STATE LINE RD., BLUE EYE,
MO 65611 - 10 AM
THE MCAVOY COLLECTION COLLECTOR CARS GAS &
OIL SIGNS AND COLLECTIBLES
SATURDAY, OCT. 22, 2016
WASHINGTON, GA
110 SE 4TH ST, EARLHAM,
IOWA 50072
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Directions: Yoder Auction Center, N2475
13th Gtwy & State Rd 21(Next To Country
Discount Grocery Store) 3 Miles West of
Wautoma, WI. On Hwy 21 or 10 Miles
East of I-39/Hwy 51 On Hwy 21
CONSIGN NOW & SAVE $100.00
ON ENTRY FEES FOR CARS
till the end of June.
Next classic Car Auction September 16, 2016
We have the buyers for your CLASSIC CARS, Toys, Country
Store items, Signs, and Memorabilia. Whether you’re
selling one car or an entire collection, stick with an auction
service that has the local and global marketplace for your
consignment. Put more money in your pocket, save the
transportation cost and consign to a collector car auction that
is open to the public in Wisconsin. Ranging from complete
restoration to barn finds, and late models
Attend, Phone bid, Absentee bid, or
BID LIVE ONLINE [email protected] wyoderauction.com
Terms: Cash, check, Visa, MasterCard 4% convenience fee. - I.D. required to register +10% Buyers fee 5.5% sales tax. All
sales final with no warranties. Announcements sale day supersede this and printed material. Not responsible for accidents.
Go to wyoderauction.com for online terms. Car buyers required a bank letter of guarantee. (see website for example)
W. Yoder Auction
N2475 13th Gateway • Wautoma, WI. 54982
Phone 920-787-5549 • Cell 920-295-2644
Registered WI Auctioneers: Wayne Yoder #1977
For more info and updates visit:
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Holmen Lions Club 37th Annual
KORNFEST 2016
Car & Cycle Show,
Car Corral & Swap Meet
Sunday, August 21st, 2016 • 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Holmen Middle School Grounds, Holmen, WI
Vehicle Reg. Ends at 11:30 a.m.
Feature Cars: All 1966 Models
89 Trophies awarded to Show Vehicles chosen by
G.M. Classic Car Club
$100 dollar Club Attendance Award for judge cars only
All Make, Models & Years Welcome:
feature cars this year 1965 models
ADMISSION:
All show attendees will be charged a $5 admission
if over age 12. Additional Fees below.
$5 Display & Driver • $10 Car & Driver Judged
$10 Swap Space 15x20 (2 spaces $15)
$20 Car Corral Spot
FOOD/MUSIC all day
INFORMATION
www.holmenlions.org (click "Kornfest Car Show")
Car Show: John 608-783-3785 evenings and weekends
Car Corral Dave 608-780-7454 evenings before 8 or weekends
Vendor/Swap Area: Steve 608-783-1336 or [email protected]
Cycle show Rod 608-788-4514 or info at Rodsrides.com
Check website for changes in M Car Classes
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WISCONSIN’S PREMIER SHOW
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August 6–7, 2016
Meet Dennis Gage
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WALWORTH COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS - 411 E. COURT STREET, ELKHORN, WI 53121
2 DAY CAR SHOW! (SAT. & SUN.)
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2 DAY SWAP MEET & CARS FOR SALE!
1,300 VENDOR SPACES! 100S OF CARS FOR SALE!
Car show participants…be sure to register your show car for a chance to
win some great door prizes courtesy of O’Reilly Auto Parts including: 1 AC
Delco Aluminum Racing Jack each day, the first 25 cars receive $5 O’Reilly
gift cards on Saturday and Sunday, and $800 in other great giveaways!
FUTURE 2016 MADISON CLASSICS EVENT DATES: Fall Jefferson - September 23–25
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL (608) 244-8416
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July 9, 2016
Jonesboro, Arkansas
NBC Expo Center
7001 North Johnson Ave.
1960 Ford Thunderbird
1977 Volkswagan Bug (No Reserve) 1986 Chevrolet Conquista
1955 Chevrolet PU
1963 Chev Impala SS
1966 Chev Pickup
1955 Chevrolet Bel Air
1966 Ford Mustang Convt.
1970 Chevelle SS Clone
1967 Chev Chevelle
AALB250 Tom Rhoads
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Consign your Car OR Register to Bid
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Call us at
By OCW Staff
AUCTION
EXPRESS
AROUND THE
HOBBYNEWS
News and notes from the collector car world
Perkins left
mark on hobby
with unique
‘super’ fleet
Thomas James “Tom” Perkins,
the creator of a significant car collection and founding partner of legendary venture-capital firm Kleiner
Perkins, Caufield & Byers, died on
June 7 at 84 years old following a
lengthy illness. Perkins was born
Jan. 7, 1932. His death was reported
in Recode and The New York Times.
Perkins put together a collection
of classic supercharged cars including a Mercedes 500 K, a Bugatti Atlantic Type 57, an Alfa Romeo 2900
and a Duesenberg SJ. He also owned
a Type 55 Bugatti, a Buccialli TAV
12, a Hispano-Suiza and a Squire
X101. He published a book (now
out of print) documenting his worldclass collection and impressions of
driving his cars. Perkins later sold
parts of the collection to clothing
designer Ralph Lauren.
Perkins wrote an autobiography
in which he said he sold the entire
collection because he felt the Japanese stock market was about to
crash. He mistakenly thought this
would cause the value of collector
cars to drop worldwide as bankrupt
Japanese collectors dumped their
collections on the market.
Perkins received an engineering
degree from MIT and Masters of
Business Administration from Harvard Business School in the 1950s.
In 1963, he as recruited by Dave
Packard and Bill Hewlett to head
their first R&D facility. He founded
University Laboratories (UL), a laser
company that merged with SpectraPhysics. Its success led to forming
the venture-capital firm with Eugene
Kleiner.
Dubbed the “Father of Silicone
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Futurliner No. 3 brought more than $4 million the last time it was sold. It
will be back on the auction block Aug. 6
Valley,” Perkins co-founded the venture-capital firm in 1972 and made
profits on companies like biotech
pioneer Genentech. Perkins later returned to HP and played a role in the
firing Carly Fiorina. In 2014, Perkins
was worth was estimated at about $8
billion.
Perkins had two children, with
his first wife, the late Gerd ThuneEllefsen. After she died in 1994, he
married romance novelist Danielle
Steel, whose book “The Klone and
I” was about their friendship. They
separated in August 1999 and were
later divorced. In 1996, Perkins
was convicted in France of involuntary manslaughter arising from a
yacht-racing collision and was fined
$10,000. He was also the subject of a
2007 60 Minutes special titled “Captain of Capitalism.”.
— John Gunnell
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Former AACA Museum President Darwin Clark died May 31,
the night before his 77th birthday.
Darwin was a Lee Iacocca Award
winner and had a long and respected
career at General Motors. Darwin
retired from General Motors, where
he was a vice president, after 45
years of service.
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The 30th Anniversary New London to New Brighton Antique Car
Run to be held Saturday, Aug. 13
with early tours to be held Aug. 9-12.
The festivities will include a 120mile tour of the Minnesota countryside and four days of shorter tours
before Saturday’s Grand Tour.
Finishers will receive specially
minted medallions and other commemorative items.
The main tour for pre-1916 vehicles will run from Aug. 9 to 12.
On Aug. 13: all vehicles up through
1908 and any 1- or 2-cylinder vehicles through 1915 are invited to
participate. Early registration is encouraged. Participation limited to
the first 100 cars to register. Volunteer drivers will transport trailers to
New Brighton.
For more information, visit visit:
www.antiquecarrun.org/
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The 1939 Futurliner No. 3 will
headline the 2016 auction held by
Reno-based Motorsport Auction
Group (MAG) at the 30th anniversary of Hot August Nights (HAN).
One of 12 Futurliners ever manufactured and nine known to exist,
Futurliner No. 3 features an Allison
J-35 jet engine inside.
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is the Mack Daddy,” said MAG
spokesman Frank Yaksitch.
The Futurliner No. 3 will meet
the auction block at 2 p.m., Aug. 6
at the Reno-Sparks Convention Center, 4590 S. Virginia St. The vehicle
came to MAG from American Classics and Hot Rods, a classic vehicle
consignment company.
General Motors toured the Futurliners during its 1939 Parade of
Progress, a North American traveling exhibition promoting future cars
and technologies. Harley Earl styled
each Futurliner with Art Deco bodywork, red sides, a white roof and
large articulated chrome side panels. At a massive 33 feet long, 8 feet
wide and more than 11 feet tall, the
vehicle weighs more than 12 tons.
It features a gasoline GM 302 inline six-cylinder with a Hydramatic
transmission.
Dave Kindig and the crew at
Kindig-It Design in Salt Lake City
restored the vehicle from 2013 to
2014.
For more information, visit MotorsportAuctionGroup.com or call
775-997-8885.
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TROY, Mich. _ Troy Historic Village’s 9th annual Troy Traffic Jam
car show will be held Sunday, Aug.
7 at the Columbia Center. More than
250 vehicles are anticipated to be
on display. The event is free to the
public. Individuals interested in displaying their vehicle(s) are welcome
to register online. The entry fee is
$15 per car ($20/car on the day of
the show). Visit www.troytrafficjam.
com for registration form and guidelines.
Troy Historic Village is located at
60 West Wattles Rd., Troy Mich. The
Village showcases 10 historic structures in a five-acre complex.
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HERSHEY, Pa. _ The Finest
Automobile Auctions held its inaugural live and online auction at The
Elegance at Hershey on June 11,
posting $3,463,700 in sales and a 63
percent sell-through rate, according
to the company. The auction was led
by the 1968 Lamborghini 400GT,
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Jeep Heritage Expo planned in Georgia
SUWANEE, Ga. _ Omix-ADA, the world’s largest independent
manufacturer and wholesaler of Jeep parts and accessories, will hold
its inaugural Jeep Heritage Expo celebrating 75 years of Jeep at its
company headquarters in Suwanee, Ga. on Saturday, July 16.
During the event, Omix-ADA will open up its doors to the public for the first time ever, offering a behind-the-scenes look at its
230,000-square feet facility and vintage and historic Jeep collection,
featuring more than 30 of the world’s rarest Jeeps spanning seven decades.
The Jeep Heritage Expo will also feature a Jeep Show & Shine, benefiting the American Diabetes Association. The event is limited to 250
vehicles. Enthusiasts can pre-register online to enter their own Jeeps –
any model, 1941-present – for display and to vie for prizes and awards
from Omix-ADA. All Show & Shine vehicle entry fees will be donated
to the American Diabetes Association.
Jeep enthusiasts can pre-register their Jeeps online for the Show &
Shine at the Omix-ADA Jeep Heritage Expo.
For information visit www.Omix-ADA.com or call (770) 614-6101.
which sold for $577,500.
“Bidders and sellers both onsite
and online were extremely receptive
and enthusiastic about our technologically advanced bidding platform,” said Bradley Farrell, CEO
of The Finest Automobile Auctions.
“It is important to establish trust between the auction house, sellers and
buyers this live auction did exactly
that and we can’t wait for what’s to
come at our next auction.”
Rounding out the top five sellers were: a 1927 Bugatti 38A for
$440,000; 1929 Bugatti Type 40A,
$375,000; 1952 Siata 300BC,
$330,000; and 1950 Delahaye,
$308,000. A 1923 Hupmobile Se-
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in Hershey sold for $11,000 with
all proceeds benefiting the Juvenile
Diabetes Research Foundation.
The Finest is now accepting consignments for its upcoming September 17 Aspen Snowmass auction.
For information visit The Finest Automobile Auctions.
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Well-dressed and with
refined manners, the
1961 Chrysler 300-G
was all houligan
under the hood
Story and photos by Brian Earnest
D
on Verhoff is a modest, low-key guy
who just happens to like really fast
cars. He doesn’t make a big deal
about them, but chances are if it’s got wheels
and it’s in Verhoff’s garage, it’s really fast.
So it’s only fitting that when Verhoff was
in the market for a finned-era MoPar a few
years back that he stumbled up perhaps the
fastest specimen of the time — a sweet 1961
Chrysler 300-G hardtop. Make no mistake,
among all the fast company in his garage, the
fancy and horsepower-packed Chrysler with
the prominent fins fits right in.
“It was called the banker’s hot rod at the
time. It was the fastest car on the road, even
the Corvettes — nobody had anything close
to 300 hp,” chuckles Verhoff, a resident of
Oshkosh, Wis. “This thing would outrun anything on the road at the time.”
Verhoff swears he wasn’t in the market for
another swift car when he got the bug to find
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One magazine called the 1961 Chrysler 300-G “the best road car on the market.” Among the differences
from the 1960 model was the relocation of the taillights from the fins to above the rear bumper. This
great hardtop belongs to Don Verhoff of Oshkosh, Wis.
himself a finned Dodge-Chrysler-Plymouth back in the late
1990s. Somehow, fast cars find him even when he’s not looking.
“I was looking for a mid- to late-‘60s Dodge or Plymouth
with a Hemi in it, and my brother-in-law was in the State
Highway Patrol in Ohio, and he knew where everything was,”
Verhoff recalled. “He said, ‘I’ve found this car and I think
you might like it.’ I asked what it
was, and he said, ‘It’s a Chrysler.’
I said, ‘Eh, I don’t really have the
money and it wasn’t really what I
was looking for.’ But he said I really should take a look at it.
“So he sent me a picture and
the number of the lady who had it.
They had it at [the] Auburn [auction] and it was the last car of the
day and it didn’t sell. It didn’t meet
reserve. This was in 1997. So she
took it home and she had it for a
couple years after the auction and
she had gotten rid of all the rest of
the cars that they had. I don’t know
how many cars they had. I know
they had Duesenbergs and Auburns and a whole bunch of other cars. This was their hot rod. He bought it because it was fast
and she wouldn’t give it to the kids because it was too fast of a
car… So I called the lady up and offered her the last bid, and
she said, ‘Well, I’d really like to have more for it.’ I said, ‘Well,
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how much do you want?’ So she thought about it and said, ‘I’ll
take your offer.’ So I went down there sight-unseen and picked
it up in Ryan, Ohio.”
Chrysler’s cool cruiser
Car Life called the Chrysler 300-G “the best road car on
the market.” Chrysler called it “the brand-new 1961 version
of Chrysler’s championship breed of
rare motorcars. A limited-edition automobile, precision built for the connoisseur of careful craftsmanship and
superb engineering.”
The 300-G’s suspension had front
torsion bars that were approximately
33 percent stiffer than standard. The
60-inch leaf springs were 9 percent
stiffer than stock. The 1.38-inch shock
absorbers were considerably larger
than units found on other Chryslers.
The tires were 8.00 x 15 Goodyear
Blue Streak Super Sport high-performance whitewalls
The 300-G continued to use Chrysler’s 413-cid wedge V-8 with 375 hp at
5000 rpm and 495 lbs.-ft. of torque at 2800 rpm. This engine
had 30-inch ram-induction tubes that increased torque up to
10 percent in the mid-engine range. Dual Carter four-barrel
carbs were carried over. As with the 300-F of 1960, Chrysler
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The 300-G’s interior included the flashy Astra-Dome instrument cluster, full-length console
and push-button transmission shifting. Other ammenities included power steering and brakes,
swivel seats, power windows and antenna, and day/night mirror.
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offered a 400-hp option for the 300-G. This V-8 had solid lifters, “short” induction tubes, slightly larger carburetors and a
longer-duration (284- to 268-degree) cam. The short rams reduced maximum torque to 465 lbs.-ft. at 3600 rpm. The 300G’s standard axle ratio was 3.23:1. This change gave the G a
slight top speed advantage over the F.
The push-button-controlled transmission gave test results
0-to-60 mph in 8.4 seconds and the quarter-mile in 16.2 seconds at 87.4 mph. Top speed of the 300-G was reported by
Car Life to be 131 mph. At Daytona, a 300-G running with
the optional 2.93:1 axle ratio won the NASCAR Flying Mile
Championship with a two-way average of 143.0 mph. A 300G also won the NASCAR Standing Mile Championship with
a speed of 90.7 mph.
Replacing the four-speed Pont-a-Mousson manual transmission as an alternative to TorqueFlite was a heavy-duty
three-speed Chrysler-built gearbox. A manual transmission
300-G had almost identical acceleration times as the TorqueFlite version.
The appearance of the 300-G was altered by the use of an
inverted grille shape and the relocation of the taillights from
the fins to above the rear bumper. Other revisions included a
redesign of the headlights, reshaping the canted tailfins and
replacing the (optional) Imperial-like trunk lid with a ribbed
unit. Interior revisions were highlighted by a speedometer that
read from 0 to 150 mph in single-mph intervals, a black finish
for the painted sections of the dash and changes in the design
of the dash panel padding and seat perforation. Numerous options were available, such as air conditioning, remote-control
exterior mirrors, six-way power seat, power door locks and a
“Sure-Grip” differential.
Letter Car production was the highest since 1955. A total
of 1,617 Chrysler 300-Gs—1,280 hardtops and 337 convertibles—were manufactured. Respective prices for the hardtop
and convertible were $5,413 and $5,843.
Discovering a gem
Even though he hadn’t driven the 300-G or seen it in person, Verhoff smelled a bargain and a keeper when he began to
learn about the car and he figured out almost immediately that
he had made a good deal.
“The price was good I thought because the value of these
was starting to climb, and this was all-original. This was a car
I liked because I like cars as close to original as possible,” he
said. “[The husband] was the original owner. They just used
it in the summer as a fun car, that’s what she said. They didn’t
drive it in the wintertime. It’s a totally rust-free car.”
After some long periods of inactivity, the Chrysler needed
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The 413-cid wedge V-8 churned out 375 hp at 5000 rpm and 495 lbs.-ft. of torque. The engine
had 30-inch ram-induction tubes that were designed to add midrange torque.
some sprucing up and TLC, but mechanically and cosmetically it remained wonderfully solid. “I’ve put a new seat kit
in it and last year we pulled the engine and put all new seals
on it because it was leaking oil out of everywhere,” Verhoff
laughed. “It was running fine, but it was leaking all over. So
we put all new seals in the engine and transmission and put it
all back together.
“We re-did the interior
and brushed it all … put a
new dash pad in, re-did the
steering wheel … The paint
is still very good. It got its
second paint job in ’95.
Whoever painted it really did
a good job. The reason they
painted it is the guy’s youngest daughter wanted to use it
when she got married. And
she did, and then shortly after
that he passed away.”
Part of Verhoff’s fascination with the 1961 300-G is
it’s unique dual-four barrel
setup with the prominent ram
induction tubes and all the
linkage required to synch everything together. “I never liked
all the detailing. I’m an engineer, so the mechanical stuff is
my thing — tuning the car up and getting those carburetors to
work together instead of just talking to each other,” he says.
“But once you get them working together, boy, it really runs
great.
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“You gotta really spend your time getting those linkages
set correctly. If you don’t get them set right, those carburetors,
like I say, they talk to each other instead of working together.
But when you get them opening up right, you stomp on it and
away you go.”
An endangered species
Only 1,617 of the hot
Chrysler 300s were built
for the 1961 model year,
and it’s believed that less
than 350 of the 1,280
hardtops remain. As a collector car, the “banker’s
hot rods” have a lot going
for them — they are gorgeous, scarce and able to
turn copious amounts of
oxygen and gasoline into
exhilarating straight-line
speed.
Verhoff
has
been
known to leave some
marks on the pavement
with his Dodge Viper,
2007 Charger SRT-8, 1968 Plymouth GTX and ’68 Dodge
R/T, 1966 Hemi Coronet and 1965 Coronet 440. He makes
sure all of them, and the Chrysler 300-G, get properly exercised.
“Yeah, how does that Beach Boys song go?,” he says with a
grin. “Line it up and blow it out?”
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The term “muscle car” wasn’t
heard as much back when such cars were
first hitting the market. In those days, the enthusiast magazines favored the term “supercar.”
This probably came from Super-Stock drag racing
terminology. Dodge had Super Stocks, Chevy had Super
Sports and Plymouth had the Superbird. Therefore, the
term supercar was a natural.
Some big and mid-sized supercars also raced on NASCAR’s superspeedways. Stock car drivers spun the wheels
of everything from Hudsons and Chrysler Letter Cars to
Road Runners and Torino Talladegas. The big wings and
droopy snouts used on the Dodge Daytona and Plymouth
Superbird evolved from the desire to win Grand National
races.
Early supercars had solid-color vinyl interiors, hood
scoops, consoles, mag wheels, floor shifts and red-stripe
tires. Many had a massive engine in a small body, which
made them great for drag racing.
A few years later, the same big motors were shoehorned into even smaller cars: compacts, senior compacts
and sports compacts (or pony cars). These were also drag
raced. Then, people noticed that certain muscle cars were
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There were also some huge cars that proved to be quite
fast when big engines were stuffed into them: Thunderbirds, Marlins, Pontiac 2+2s and Chrysler Letter Cars
come to mind. These machines were muscular, too, but
they weren’t the same as supercars like the GTO.
Eventually, the term “supercar” disappeared. “Muscle
car” took its place and stuck like an F60-14 RWL tire on
hot asphalt. Nowadays, collectors use it to refer to just
about any of the types of American peformance cars
Following are a few of the pioneering machines from
various manufactures that permanently changed the American automotive landscape. Once the fire was lit, it seemed
every U.S. manufacturer was rushing to get a hot new machine on the market, and soon the “muscle car wars” were
raging. These early powerhouses are great collector cars
and will always have special place in our motoring history.
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The 1965 AMC Rambler Marlin had a unique fastback roofline.
1965 AMC Rambler Marlin
A
muscle car from American Motors? The ’65 1/2 Marlin had the hot fastback look of the Mustang 2 + 2,
but did it really match the fastback Ford in appeal
to high-performance lovers? Ramblers were supposed to be
e-c-o-n-o-m-y cars. The Marlin looked different, but could
it change what the initials AMC implied to most car buyers?
The Marlin roofline bowed on the 1964 Tarpon show car,
which utilized the compact Rambler American’s 106-inch
stance. The Tarpon seemed to take aim at Plymouth’s Valiantbased Barracuda and the ‘65 Ford Mustang, but the AMC
brass blew Dick Teague’s design up in size and sat it on the
mid-size Rambler Classic chassis. From the beltline down,
the two had the same body.
The 112-inch-wheelbase Rambler Classic was restyled
for 1965 and grew about 5 inches longer. It now had distinctions from the upscale Ambassador, which got four additional
inches of wheelbase and more individual styling.
Instead of stressing go-power, the Marlin emphasized
comfort and roominess. It featured an Ambassador instrument panel and could be had with individually reclining front
seats or slim bucket-type seats with a center console or center
cushion.
Tucked under the hood was the same new 232-cid/155-hp
Torque Command six used in the Ambassador. A pair of GenI AMC V-8s were optional. The first was a mild 287-cid 198hp version. The second was the 327-cid/270-hp V-8 that had
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been around since the days of the 1958 Ambassador.
In the transmission department, a three-speed standard
shift came as the base unit. On cars without buckets, overdrive or three-speed Flash-O-Matic was optional. Those with
the console and buckets had an interesting option called
Twin-Stick overdrive, which boasted five forward speeds. You
could also get Shift-Command Flash-O-Matic, which could
be shifted manually if preferred.
AMC retained the outdated torque-tube-drive system with
its enclosed drive shaft. There were coil springs at the rear.
However, power disc front brakes and flanged rear drums
were standard.
Not a screamer, the 327 Marlin was capable of average
intermediate performance. Mechanix Illustrated’s Tom McCahill found such a Marlin, with automatic transmission, capable of 0-to-60 mph in 9.7 seconds.
The factory base price for the Marlin was $3,100. There
was sufficient curiosity in it to draw 10,327 orders in the short
first-year run that followed its February 1965 introduction.
That would be a high-water mark, so to speak, as the 1966
Marlin, minus the Rambler nameplate, some previously standard equipment and with the addition of an optional fourspeed manual gearbox, found only 4,547 customers. It was in
that model year that the 1966 1/2 Dodge Charger was introduced. It used the same formula with a fastback body on an
intermediate chassis and sold better.
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Jerry Heasley
1961 Chevrolet Impala SS and 409
Only 456 1961 Impalas were equipped with the SS package.
W
hen it comes to big Chevy muscle cars the first
Impala SS with optional 409-cube big-block V-8
might be the purest strain of the breed. A big engine stuffed in a small car is the classic formula for a muscle
car and the ’61 Chevy Impala was, in relative terms, a downsized car. This gave the big-block versions super-high-performance abilities. For example, the SS two-door hardtop with
a 409-cid/360-hp engine was good for 0-to-60 mph in 7.8
seconds and a 15.8-second quarter-mile.
The very first SS option could be ordered for Impala twodoor sedans, four-door sedans and hardtops and no “factory
assembly” was required. The package was strictly a dealerinstalled item, costing around $54 for a few basic ingredients like “SS” emblems, a padded dash, spinner wheel covers, power steering, power brakes, heavy-duty springs and
shocks, sintered metallic brake linings, a 7,000-rpm tachometer, 8.00 x 14 narrow whitewall tires, a dashboard grab bar
and a chrome shift housing for the floor-shifted four-speed
gear box.
Two V-8 engines were available at prices between $344
and about $500. The Turbo-Thrust 348-cid big-block came
with 11:25 compression in 340-hp (four-barrel carburetor)
and 350-hp (three two-barrel carburetor) versions. A new
409-cid Turbo-Fire engine was available with 360 hp (fourbarrel), 380 hp (three two-barrel) or 409 hp (dual quad)
options. It had 11:1 compression. A four-speed close-ratio
transmission was $188 extra.
Some Chevy experts warn that the 1961 Impala SS is not
the easiest car to restore. Only 456 Impalas were fitted with
the “SS” package (including 142 with 409-cid engines), so
parts are hard to find. This is something to consider if you
have your heart set on becoming a Super Sport buyer. But
take heart, because a 409-cid ’61 Chevy without SS equipment is also a desirable muscle car.
According to the Standard Catalog of Chevrolet 19122003, a 1961 Bel Air sport coupe with the 409-cid/409-hp
engine zipped down the quarter-mile in 12.83 seconds. Don
Nicholson was also Top Stock Eliminator at the 1961 National Hot Rod Association’s Winternationals behind the wheel of
a 409/409 Chevy.
An Impala convertible with a 409 under the hood was a nice combination of power and style.
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The Impala SS became a separate model, rather than an option package, in 1964.
The mid-sized Chevy had three 409-cid engine choices, including a 425-hp model.
1964 Chevrolet Impala SS 409
B
ack in the ’50s, it was typical for carmakers to apply
a popular model name to a line of cars a few years
later. For example, Chevy’s first hardtop, introduced
in 1950, was called the Bel Air. Three years later, the Bel
Air name was used on all models in Chevy’s fanciest series.
This helped sell more cars because people raved about their
1950-1952 “Bel Air” and then Chevy made a whole range
of body styles Bel Airs, so even the person who did not
want a hardtop could still have a Bel Air.
During the ’60s, the same game was played, but in a different way. The ’61 Impala SS was launched as an option
package, rather than a model. Then the 1964 model lineup
offered a separate Impala SS series. Later, as interest in the
big SS started to wane, it became an option package again.
The list of standard equipment on the ’64 Impala SS
took up where regular Impala features left off. Super Sport
buyers got leather-grained vinyl upholstery, individual
front bucket seats and swirl-pattern dashboard and body
molding inserts. They could also store their gloves or sunglasses in a locking center console. Naturally, there were
red “SS” emblems all over the cars. In addition, the doors
carried red reflectors and neat-looking wheel covers were
included.
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For 1964, due to the performance ban that GM brass
put into effect the previous year, Chevrolet engine choices
stayed about the same as in late 1963. Ban or no ban, that
meant that the Impala SS 409 hardtop ($2,947) or convertible ($3,196) was still a big, fast car. The hardtop tested
out at 7.5 seconds for 0-to-60 mph and 15.3 seconds in the
quarter-mile.
The Turbo-Fire 409 V-8 was again available in three
versions. The first had a single four-barrel carburetor and
10.0:1 compression. The second version, costing $428
extra, came with a single four-barrel carburetor, dual exhausts, a high-lift camshaft, solid valve lifters and an
11.0:1 compression ratio. The third 409 was a 425-hp version costing $484 extra. It had dual four-barrel carburetors,
dual exhausts, a high-lift camshaft, solid valve lifters and
an 11.0:1 compression ratio.
In 1963, a total of 16,920 big Chevrolets left the factory
with 409s under their hoods, but in 1964 orders for these
engines dropped and only 8,684 were installed. That makes
the 1964 Impala SS 409 much harder to find than a 1963
edition. In both years, most 409-powered Chevys were Impala Super Sports.
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The 1960 Chrysler 300-F carried a 413-cid motor with either 375 or 400 hp.
1960 Chrysler 300-F
W
hen Chrysler took away the 300’s Hemi in 1959,
its performance image suffered. Even though the
“Golden Lion” wedge-head V-8 was shown to be
equally as potent (92 mph in the quarter-mile), the loss of
the Hemi created a vacuum.
In 1960, the vacuum was filled by providing the 300-F
with a ram-inducted 413-cid V-8 good for 375 hp in standard
form and 400 hp in optional form. Engine hardware common to both included a hot cam, heavy-duty valve springs,
low-back-pressure exhaust system, dual-point distributor,
low-restriction air cleaner, special plugs and dual quad carbs.
The carbs were mounted on a wild-looking cross-ram
manifold that put one air cleaner on each side of the engine.
The stacks were 30 inches long and had to be crisscrossed to
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fit under the hood. At low speeds, the “long” rams worked
great, but they hurt performance above 4000 rpm. To solve
the problem, engineers removed a section of the inner walls
of the manifolds to create the optional 400-hp engine. On
the outside, these “short” rams looked the same, but they
were effectively 15 inches long.
This option was really intended only for Daytona-bound
cars that competed in the Flying Mile there and about 15
“short” ram cars were built. The $800 option also included a
rare four-speed gearbox made for the Facel Vega, a Chryslerpowered French luxury car. One of the 400-hp cars, driven
by Greg Ziegler, set a Flying Mile record of 144.9 mph. In
1960, a total of 969 hardtops and 248 convertibles, all with
ram manifolds, were made.
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Jerry Heasley
The legendary Max Wedge was set up for drag racing and came in 415- and 425-hp varieties.
1963-’64 Dodge
‘Max Wedge’
426 Ramcharger
D
odge built high-performance Hemi-head V-8s from
1953 to 1958, by which time up to 320 hp was available in the Super D-500 version. There had been an
even more brutal 340-hp D-501 option in mid-1957, before
automakers were forced to apply brakes to the horsepower
race. Also interesting was the 330-hp V-8 with electrionic
fuel injection offered for a short time in early 1958. Cars
ordered with this option were recalled and retro-fitted with
“only” two four-barrel carbs.
A new, cheaper-to-build “wedge” V-8 arrived in 1959. It
became well known in its early 383-, and 413- configurations. In the early ‘60s, it was available with wild-looking
cross-ram intake manifolds in a 375-hp package. The 413
was the first Mopar engine to have an impact on drag racing.
Chrysler’s own factory literature said that it was designed for
use in “acceleration trials.”
The “Max Wedge” 413 was released in 1962. It had big
intake and exhaust ports, stainless-steel head gaskets, big
valves, a hot cam, dual valve springs, solid valve lifters and
cast nodular rocker arms. A special aluminum ram-induction
intake manifold with no heat crossover passage carried twin
Carter AFB four-barrel carburetors. The engine was offered
with two different compression ratios—11.0:1 or 13.5:1—
and TRW built two types of special pistons for it. Other content included forged rods that were factory magnafluxed,
free-flowing exhaust headers and a number of features usually associated with racing engines.
This potent big block could be hooked to a three-speed
gearbox with a floor shifter or a beefy version of Chrysler’s
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TorqueFlight automatic transmission. The 413 soon made
drag racing history in cars such as Dandy Dick Landy’s SS/S
class Dodge. By the way, Dodge called it the “Ram-Charger
413” while Plymouth dubbed what was essentially the same
engine its “Super Stock 413.”
Also making its first appearance in 1962 was the 426-cid
Wedge-head V-8. That year, you could not order this engine
in a Dodge (or Plymouth); it came only in big Chryslers. Motor Trend’s “Spotlight on Detroit” column (June 1962) said,
“You can now order 426 cubic inches on any Chrysler 300
or 300-H. Factory 413-cid blocks bored .060 are available
on special order, with component combinations including
forged pistons of 12-to-1 compression, 292-degree-duration
cam with solid lifters, big exhaust valves, streamlined exhaust headers, and the original dual-four-barrel ram manifolds with passages shortened to “tune” above 4000 rpm.
This top engine is rated 421 hp at 5400 rpm. Chrysler Division isn’t going in for any dragging like Dodge and Plymouth, but they will supply the hot stuff if you want it.”
Since the horsepower race was in full gallop, Mopar came
out of the gate with the 426 “Max Wedge” V-8 in 1963. Like
the 413 version, it came two ways. The tamer version had
the 11.0:1 compression ratio and twin Carter four-barrels It
stirred up 415 hp at 5800 rpm. The hairier “Max Wedge Stage
II” Ramcharger V-8 used the 13.5:1 pistons. It was good for
425 hp at 5600 rpm. Both versions of the engine were designed strictly for racing. Dodge even supplied car buyers
who ordered the Ramcharger V-8 with aluminum front end
sheet metal to help make their cars lighter and faster. A functional aluminum hood scoop was part of the package, which
dropped car weight by some 150 lbs.
In the spring of 1964, the first Dodge two-door sedan
fitted with a complete, factory-installed Maximum Performance package, left the assembly line. It even had skinny
front tires and real mag wheels. Car builders Don Beebe, Jim
Nelson and Dode Martin used Dodge two-door sedans to
create 800-hp drag cars that ran 480-cid versions of the 426
Ramcharger V-8 fitted with Hilborn fuel injection and GMC
superchargers. The factory-backed “Ramchargers” drag racing team drew crowds, set records and sold Dodges.
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Ordering the “K” Code in the 1964 Fairlane would get a
muscle-minded buyer 271 hp from his 289 small-block.
Jerry Heasley
1964 Fairlane Hi-Po (‘K’ Code)
A
long with new styling, the 1964 Ford Fairlane offered
some neat engine options based on he 289-cid smallblock V-8. The original version of this engine was the
221-cid V-8, which grew to 260 cid and then to 289 cid. The
289 was originally designed for use in the mid-sized Fairlane
and was an option for Falcons and Comets. However, it was
most famous as a Mustang power plant and the Mustang was
marketed with the support of a “Cobra” parts program that
could take the hot “K” code 271-hp of the 289 and make it
even hotter.
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In 1964, the basic “C” code version of the Challenger
289 had a 9.0:1 compression ratio and a two-barrel carburetor. It generated 195 hp at 4400 rpm and there was nothing
“muscular” about that. There was an “A” code edition with a
four-barrel carburetor and a 9.8:1 compression ratio, which
generated 225 hp—acceptable for keeping up with traffic on
the freeway. But for muscle car fans, the only way to order it
was as a “K” code or “Hi-Po” version. This meant that you
got a 10.5:1 compression ratio and 271 horses at 6000 rpm
with a single Holley four-barrel carb.
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Mercury broke
away from its
traditional big car
offerings when it
unveiled the 1964
high-performance
Comet Cyclone.
1964 Mercury Comet Cyclone
M
ercury had long been highly regarded as a “factory hot rod” version of the Ford, but its image was
always keyed to hot full-size vehicles. In fact, in
the mid-’50s the cars carried the maker’s first initial in their
grille and were promoted as “Big M” models. By the early
’60s, Mercurys were bigger and more powerful than ever,
but that wasn’t what the booming “youth market” wanted in
a car. Big engines in a smaller body was the trend.
In the middle of the 1964 model year, Lincoln Mercury
Division decided to bring out a real muscle car carrying the
Mercury Comet nameplate. The new Comet Cyclone highperformance model arrived in showrooms soon thereafter.
The Cyclone went for a “serious street performance” image
and featured less chrome than other Comets. There were
thin moldings over the wheel wells and under the doors and
“C-O-M-E-T” lettering appeared only on the rear fins. “Cyclone” front fender badges, done in the same style used on
the full-size Marauder, sat low on the fenders.
The standard engine provided in the Cyclone was the
four-barrel, 210-hp version of FoMoCo’s 289-cid smallblock V-8 with a 9.0:1 compression ratio. The Cyclone also
featured 14-inch chrome wheels. Camera-case-grained
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black vinyl replaced wood trim on the instrument panel.
The hot Comet also came with new, pleated black bucket
seats and a center console with color-keyed vinyl trim in
special colors. A special option was a “convertible” style
vinyl roof covering. Cyclones offered a three- or four-speed
manual transmission, plus Merc-O-Matic. Promotions for
the car were tied into the 100,000-mile endurance run at
Daytona.
As tested in Car Life (April 1964), the Cyclone priced
out at $3,027 with a typical array of options. The magazine
listed 0-to-60-mph times of 11.8 seconds with automatic
transmission and 10.2 seconds with a four-speed gearbox.
The quarter-mile was covered in 16.5 seconds at 73.8 mph
by the Merc-O-Matic-equipped Cyclone and 16.4 seconds
at 77 mph by the four-speed Cyclone. The car with automatic averaged 12 to 15 mpg in normal driving, while the
stick-shift car did a bit better at 13 to 16 mpg. Top speed
was listed as 109 mph.
There was also a fastback Comet “Super Cyclone” concept car that debuted at the New York Automobile Show. It
had a special body with a Plymouth Barracuda-like glass
back window.
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The 1964 Olds 4-4-2 got rave reviews from press and stacked up nicely in both
price and performance against the GTO and Mustang.
1964 Olds 4-4-2
T
he first Oldsmobile 4-4-2 was a 1964-3/4 offering
for drivers who wanted just a bit more performance
and handling than the standard midsize Oldsmobile delivered. On the official price sticker attached to the
window, this $285.14 package was described as “Option
number B-09 Police Apprehender Pursuit.” One piece
of Oldsmobile factory literature called Product Selling Information for Oldsmobile Salesmen explained the
4-4-2 like this, “police needed it—Olds built it—pursuit
proved it.” This literature clearly pointed out the original
meaning of the 4-4-2 designation was as follows:
“4-BARREL CARBURETION—plus high-lift cams
boost the power of the “4-4-2” Ultra High-Compression
V-8 to 310 hp—up 20 hp over Cutlass V-8.
4-ON-THE-FLOOR—stick shift synchromesh transmission captures every power advantage both up and
down the entire gear range.
2 DUAL EXHAUSTS—complete dual exhaust system features less back pressure for better performance
… aluminized for longer life.”
Motor Trend tested an Oldsmobile F-85 Cutlass 4-4-
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2 two-door hardtop in its September 1964 issue. The
car had a base price of $2,784 and an as-tested price of
$3,658.74. Options on the test vehicle included power
steering, two-speed windshield wipers, an electric decklid release, back-up lights, a crankcase ventilation system, an outside rear view mirror, a power front seat,
simulated wire wheel covers and the Police Apprehender
Pursuit package. The car had a 3.55:1 non-Positraction
rear axle.
The car accelerated from 0-to-60 mph in 7.5 seconds.
It could do the standing-start quarter-mile in 15.5 seconds at 90 mph.
“What Olds engineers have done, in the final analysis,
is produce a car which at long last lives up to the claims
of the company’s advertising copywriters and top-level
spokesmen,” said Car Life.
The Oldsmobile sold for $2,734.57, compared to
$3,120 for the Mustang and $3,161.31 for the GTO LeMans. Even the fancier Cutlass Holiday Coupe with the
4-4-2 package was only $3,144.46.
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The Barracuda unveiled a radical new body design in 1964, but the
styling never caught on enough to make a challenger to the Mustang.
1964 Plymouth Barracuda
T
he Barracuda was as unique a fish as a Hammerhead
Shark or a Manta Ray. There was nothing else like it.
There were other fastbacks of course, but none had
the fish bowl-like piece of curved glass that characterized
the rear end of the car. It was a love-it-or-leave-it type of design that was meant to created a distinctive sports-compact
car aimed at the booming youth market.
“We are sure the Plymouth Barracuda is just right for
young, sports-minded Americans who want to enjoy the fun
of driving a car that also fills their general transportation
needs,” said Plymouth’s general manager P.N. Buckminster,
when the Barracuda arrived in April 1, 1964.
The Barracuda was a reaction to the Ford Mustang and
the Corvair Monza. It was based on the Valiant’s 106-inch
stance and shared most of its front sheet metal with that
compact-size Plymouth. The rear of the body was turned
into a dramatic fastback roofline that was created primarily
through the use of a very large, lift-up rear window.
Like the Valiant, the Barracuda featured front torsion
bars and leaf springs at the rear. Power brakes were standard
equipment. Tires were size 6.50 x 13. Chrome-plated lugs
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for the 13 x 4 1/2-inch safety-rim wheels were optional, as
were finned wheel covers with simulated knock-off hubs.
Barracuda buyers had a choice of three engines, and two
of them were in-line version of the Chrysler “slant six.” The
third was a 273-cid V-8 that produced 180 hp at 4200. This
small-block engine had solid valve lifters, a 3.62 x 3.312inch bore and stroke, an 8.8:1 compression ratio and a Carter Type BBS two-barrel carburetor. You could settle for the
standard three-speed manual transmission, but muscle-car
fans usually opted for a new four-speed manual gearbox
with a Hurst shift linkage. You could also order a threespeed TorqueFlite automatic at extra cost.
The Barracuda had a base price of $2,365 and weighed
2,740 lbs. Some popular options included racing stripes for
$31, a Transaudio radio for $59, and performance group
equipment for $156. The latter included a four-barrel carburetor for the 273-cid V-8 plus a heavy-duty suspension
package. While it was a neat package, the 1964 Barracuda
did not strike a hit with buyers like Ford’s Mustang did. In
the 8 months that it was on the market, only 23,443 copies
were built.
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Jerry Heasley
The 1964 GTO is often recognized as the first legitimate muscle car. It was born
when the Gran Turismo Omologato (GTO) package was added to the LeMans Tempest.
1964 Pontiac GTO
O
ften regarded by automotive enthusiasts as the first
true muscle car, in the sense of being a midsize car
with a big-block V-8 engine, the original GTO was
not really a model at all. Due to General Motor’s fall 1963
ban on divisional participation in high-performance marketing, Pontiac was prevented from putting an engine with
more than 300 cubic inches into an intermediate-size model. That’s why Pontiac’s “Young Turk” executives and an ad
man named Jim Wangers snuck the GTO into existence as
an extra-cost package for the Tempest LeMans.
Late in October of 1963 the Grand Turismo Omologato
package was announced for the LeMans coupe, hardtop
and convertible as a $295 option. GTO equipment included
a 325-hp/389-cid V-8 with a special camshaft, special hydraulic lifters and 421-style cylinder heads. It had a single
Carter four-barrel carburetor. Also included in the option
were specially valved shock absorbers, a seven-blade,
18-inch cooling fan with a cut-off clutch, a dual exhaust
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system, special 6-inch-wide wheel rims, red-stripe nylon
low-profile tires, GTO identification medallions, twin-simulated hood scoops, six GTO emblems, an engine-turned
dash insert, bucket seats, special high-rate springs and longer rear stabilizers.
Desirable GTO options included a center console, HurstCampbell four-speed manual shift linkage, custom exhaust
splitters, no-cost whitewall tires, special wheel covers and a
Tri-Power engine option with three two-barrel carburetors.
The Tri-Power version of the 389-cid V-8 produced 348 hp
at 4900 rpm.
In January 1964, Motor Trend magazine found a fourspeed GTO convertible capable of doing the quarter-mile
in 15.8 seconds at 93 mph. The same car’s 0-to-60 performance was 7.7 seconds and it had a 115-mph top speed.
By the year’s end, the GTO was considered a huge sales
success. Pontiac records showed production of 7,384 GTO
coupes, 18,422 two-door hardtops and 6,644 convertibles.
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No bull at B&S
Oregon wants trucks, and B&S Auto Wrecking meets the demand — and more
■ By Ron Kowalke
Many solid old cars have met their end competing in demolition derbies, including this 1956 Oldsmobile sedan parked in the
back of B&S Auto Wrecking & Towing in Hines, Ore. It appears to have inflicted quite a bit of damage to competitors’ cars
while remaining straight enough to do more slamming in a future derby. Wouldn’t “8898” have been a more appropriate
number?
Story and photos by Ron Kowalke
T
hose in the know promote finding
a need and filling it as a key strategy to running a successful business. This strategy has worked well for
B&S Auto Wrecking, a family-owned
salvage yard located in Hines, Ore., a
remote, mountainous region in the east
central part of the state.
Yard co-owner Larry Foster said he
specializes in pickups because that’s
the type of vehicle common to the
Hines area. “We’re so far from population, that’s what’s working for us.”
The “us” Foster mentioned includes his son, Gary, and Gary’s wife,
Toni, who co-own the yard with Larry.
In addition to the focus on light- and
medium-duty trucks, the business also
includes a towing and recovery service and Toni’s work as an upholstery
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Father and son Larry and Gary Foster of B&S Auto Wrecking & Towing specialize in light- and
medium-duty trucks.
specialist for both modern and vintage
vehicles. That diversity — filling several needs common to central Oregon
— is what keeps B&S Auto Wrecking
successful in the face of its many challenges.
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Ford produced only 9,480 base-level Fairlane Ranchero pickups in 1966, and this example is
rust-free and has restoration potential as a returned-to-the-road hauler.
The yard, according to Larry Foster,
includes 40 acres that house 300 vehicles, mainly pickups and utility trucks
spanning the 1950s to current. Vintage
automobiles in the yard range from
the 1950s through ’70s, although a fair
amount of both prewar cars and trucks
exist. Foster said he has titles for “most
everything” in the yard. Also, the inventory is divided into project vehicles,
from which no parts are allowed to be
removed, and parts vehicles that can donate items.
While the business has neither a
website nor computerized inventory,
Toni Foster said between her, Gary and
Larry, the staff has a good memory for
what’s available. She added that customers can walk through the yard, but no
toolboxes are allowed on the property.
The Fosters will remove all parts customers select. Parts shipping is offered,
but she cautioned that, due to B&S Auto
Wrecking’s remote location, there are
“lots of restrictions” in place.
The yard’s terrain is flat with significant aisles between the rows of vehicles.
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A deteriorating, homemade wooden cargo bed is the only item in need of full
restoration on this rust-free, complete 1952 Ford dually workhorse.
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Its glass has been vandalized, but there’s plenty of solid body panels and like-new chrome that
remains on this 1956 Chevy Two-Ten station wagon.
Marketed as a “Job Rated” truck, this 1954 Dodge flatbed appears ready to haul again with a minimum
amount of restoration work needed.
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A few trim items have been plucked from this 1960 Dodge tanker, but
it’s otherwise complete and rust-free. Larger trucks such as this Dodge
are well represented in the yard.
There’s lots of scrub brush surrounding vehicles, but access
to viewing cars and trucks up close is generally good. With
a few exceptions of like makes or models clustered together,
vehicles are randomly staged throughout the yard with cars
mixed with the trucks.
The 300 vehicles that comprise the current inventory, according to Larry Foster, is about one-fourth the number of vehicles in the yard under its previous ownership. He explained
that the yard was started by Roe Davis in 1931 at a downtown
site that’s now occupied by a high school. “He started with
about 100 to 125 Model T and Model A Fords.” Foster said
Davis moved the yard to its current location on the west side
of Hines in 1958. With more room than the downtown location offered, inventory dramatically swelled. At its peak,
Foster said Davis had 1,200 vehicles on the property. “He had
everything, including airplanes and boats.”
According to Foster, Davis sold the yard in the 1970s and
the new owners held an auction “and sold everything of val-
Modified with a homemade bed and a one-year-newer grille, this
1958 International hauler offers a straight, rust-free cab that’s
complete.
ue.” Foster said he acquired the yard in 1988 with what little
remained in inventory after the auction. Since then, with the
help of his son and daughter-in-law, the Fosters have built
back the yard into a key supplier of vehicles and parts to
those in need.
“We love it here,” Foster maintained of the yard’s remote
location. He said B&S Auto Wrecking is open year round,
with hours of operation being Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m., and Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon (Pacific Time).
When asked about the availability of tours of the yard, one
of Foster’s buddies who stopped by for a visit jokingly chimed
in, “Nobody comes here. We’re 120 miles from everywhere.”
Even so, tours can be arranged by appointment. ■
To contact the yard, use postal mailing address: B&S
Auto Wrecking, 29390 Wrecking Yard Lane (or P.O. Box 757),
Hines, OR 97738; phone 541-573-7260; or e-mail [email protected]
centurylink.net.
Roughed up cosmetically, this 1960 Ford Ranch Wagon two-door station wagon retains donor-quality parts that are unique to this
model, such as its trim and glass. The tailgate and rear glass are also in excellent shape.
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Mission Classics. 10am to 4pm. www.
carmelmissionclassic.org. Call 831915-5311.
Aug 19-20 CA, Santa Maria. 46th NorthSouth Run. More Information email:
[email protected] or 530-396-2350
Bruce; 805-598-9150 Randy; 951-2371570 Jim.
Jun 30 AR, Marshall. Throwback Thursdays. Kenda Drive-In. Boxoffice opens
at 6:30pm and movie starts at 8pm.
As the days get longer, these times will
change.
Jul 4 CA, Orange County. Old Schools
Car Show. Hills of Orange County, City
of Orange. SH: 1pm-10pm. Contact
Samantha 714-470-2399 or email
[email protected]
Aug 21 CA, Chatsworth. 51st Annual
Classic Cars. Rancho San Antonio
Boys Home, 21000 Plummer St. SH:
6am-12pm. Contact Carl 818-4041119 or email [email protected]
or Alan Bennett 818-317-2531 or email
[email protected]
Jul 28 AR, Marshall. Throwback Thursdays. Kenda Drive-In. Boxoffice opens
at 6:30pm and movie starts at 8pm.
As the days get longer, these times will
change.
Jul 9 CA, San Jose. 8th Annual Hot San
Jose Nights. Reid-Hillview Airport,
2500 Cunningham Ave. SH: 10am4pm. Email Liz [email protected]
Aug 27 CA, San Diego. Cool Classic
Car Show. SH: 8am-2:30pm. PH: 619251-5638. www.studebakersandiego.
com.
Jul 16 CA, Santa Barbara. 16th Annual
Woodies at the Beach. Santa Barbara
City College, West Campus, 721 Cliff
Drive. SH: 9am-3pm. Contact Ken
Gilmour 818-943-0242 or email [email protected]
Aug 26-28 CA, Pleasanton. The 30th
West Coast Nationals. Pre-registration
is available online www.good-guys.
com. Contact Betsy Bennett 503-2460237 email [email protected]
Aug 13 AR, Harrison. Car Show. Fashion Mall, Hwy 62/65. Contact Will Buhr
870-688-0334 or Dianna Gibson [email protected]
Sep 4 AR, Morrilton. Midsouth Econoline 14th Annual Show & Shine. 8
Jones Lane. SP: Midsouth Econoline
Club & The Museum of Automobiles.
Contact Mark Hoelzeman 501-7275427 or email [email protected]
com. www.museumofautos.com
Sep 11 AR, Morrilton. Motor Maids
on the Mountain 3rd Annual Show.
8 Jones Lane. SP: AR/LA/MS Motor
Maids & The Museum of Automobiles.
Contact Schelley Francis 318-4230192 or [email protected] www.
museumofautos.com.
Sep 21-24 AR, Morrilton. Petit Jean 19th
Annual Fall Open Car Show & Swap
Meet. 8 Jones Lane. SP: Museum of
Automobiles. Contact Mark Hoelzeman 501-727-5427 or email [email protected]
museumofautos.com. www.museumofautos.com
www.oldcarsweekly.com
Jul 30 CA, Sacramento. Sacramento
Classic Car And Parts Swap meet.
Sleep Train Arena, 1 Sports Parkway.
SH: 6am- 4pm. PH: 916-955-8777
or email [email protected]
com. www.sacramentoswapmeet.com
Aug 5 CA, Fresno. Rods on the Bluff.
Park Place Shopping Center on Palm
and Nees. SH: 6pm-9pm. PH: 559709-1212 or email [email protected] www.hotrodcoalition.
com
Aug 6 CA, Riverside. Law’s Restaurant
Classic Car Show. Law’s Restaurant,
9640 Indiana Ave. SH: 11am-2pm. PH:
951-354-7021. www.lawsrestaurant.
com
Aug 7 CA, Vista. Vista Rod Run. On
Main Street in Historic Downtown. SH:
Sep 2 CA, Fresno. Rods on the Bluff.
Park Place Shopping Center on Palm
and Nees. SH: 6pm-9pm. PH: 559709-1212 or email [email protected] www.hotrodcoalition.
com
Sep 3 CA, Riverside. Law’s Restaurant
Classic Car Show. Law’s Restaurant,
9640 Indiana Ave. SH: 11am-2pm. PH:
951-354-7021. www.lawsrestaurant.
com
Sep 4 CA, Vallejo. Packard & Classic
Car Swap Meet. USA World Classics
Event Center, 1525 Sonoma Boulevard. SH: 8am to 1pm. Contact Bob
McCoy 925-518-5909 or George Beck
925-827-1255. Email: [email protected]
gmail.com
Sep 10 CA, St. Dublin. 13th Rock’N
Bowl. 6750 Regional. SH: 9am-3pm.
Rain or Shine. PH: 510-538-7931.
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CALENDAR
Attention Car Show Enthusiasts: We sometimes receive show information that is in error or
changes at a later date. To avoid problems, call ahead to verify times and dates of events listed.
Sep 10 CA, San Mateo. 6th Annual
Show n’ Shine Car Show. College of
San Mateo, 1700 W. Hillsdale Blvd.
SH: 10am-2pm. PH: 415-931-2294 or
email [email protected]
Sep 18 CA, Placerville. 8th Annual
Vintage Car Show. 2021 Four Springs
Trail. SH: 10am to 3pm. PH: 530-6478505. www.mirafloreswinery.com
Sep 24 CA, Murphys. Ironstone Concours d’Elegance. 1894 Six Mile Road.
SH: 10am-4:30pm. PH: 209-931-1056.
www.IronstoneConcours.com.
Sep 25 CA, San Bernardino. 55th Annual Antique Car Swap Meet. Western
Little league Regional Headquarters,
6707 N. Little League Drive. SH: 6am3pm. Contact John Benson 909-8754545.
Oct 1 CA, Riverside. Law’s Restaurant
Classic Car Show. Law’s Restaurant,
9640 Indiana Ave. SH: 11am-2pm. PH:
951-354-7021. www.lawsrestaurant.
com
Oct 8 CA, Pasadena. 2nd Annual
Wheels on Fire Car Show. Brookside
Golf Club, 1133 Rosemont Ave. SH:
9am-3pm. PH: 323-550-2208. www.
FireFamilyFoundation.org
Oct 15 CA, Willows. Vintage Country Flea Market – Fall 2016. Historic
Downtown Willows, 525 W Sycamore
Street. PH: 530-934-3664
Oct 29-30 CA, Madera. 3rd Annual Valley Nationals, Reliability Run & Swap
Meet. Madera Fairgrounds, 1850
Cleveland Ave. SH: 8am-4pm. PH:
209-579-4797 or email [email protected]
Nov 5 CA, Riverside. Law’s Restaurant
Classic Car Show. Law’s Restaurant,
9640 Indiana Ave. SH: 11am-2pm. PH:
951-354-7021. www.lawsrestaurant.
com
Nov 12-13 CA, Pleasanton. The 27th
Autumn Get-Together. Pre-registration
is available online www.good-guys.
com. Contact Betsy Bennett 503-2460237 email [email protected]
Dec 3 CA, Riverside. Law’s Restaurant
Classic Car Show. Law’s Restaurant,
9640 Indiana Ave. SH: 11am-2pm. PH:
951-354-7021. www.lawsrestaurant.
com
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COLORADO
Jul 4 CO, Estes Park. 18th Annual
Coolest Car Show. Estes Park Event
Center, 1125 Rooftop Way. SH: 8am to
4pm. Entry tickets $5 for adults over
18; $2.50 children 6-17; children under
5, free. Contact Millie Miller [email protected]
airbits.com
Jul 4 CO, Northglenn. July 4th Festival. https://northglenn.webconnex.
com/2016J4_carshow
Sep 9-11 CO, Loveland. The 19th
Colorado Nationals. Pre-registration is
available online www.good-guys.com.
Contact Betsy Bennett 503-246-0237
email [email protected]
CONNECTICUT
Jun 25 CT, Bethany. 9th Annual Car,
Truck and Bike Show & Garden Tractor Pulls. Old Airport & Field by BVFD
Firehouse, 765 Amity Road (Route 63).
Rain Date Jun 26. SH: 11am to 5pm.
PH: 203-410-2602 or 203-954-8597.
www.bvfdct.org.
Jun 26 CT, Bridgewater. 42nd Annual
Antique & Classic Automobile Show.
Fairgrounds, I-84, Exit 9 (Hawleyville),
Route 25 North, RIght on Route 133,
6 Miles. SH: 9am. Email: [email protected]
GMAIL.COM.
Jul 4 CT, Essex. Annual Antique, Classic
and Exotic Car Show. Hubbard Field,
North Main Street. SH: 10am to 2pm.
www.essexautoclub.com.
Jul 10 Ct, Haddam. 21st Lions Rollin’ on the River Car Show. Haddam
Meadows State Park. SH: 9am-2pm.
Contact Larry Maggi 860-345-4221.
Jul 10 CT, Simsbury. 15th Annual
Charity Car Show. Downtown Simsbury. SH: 10am-3pm. Rain Date:
Jul 17. PH: 860-658-4646 or email
[email protected]
www.valleycollectorcarclub.org
Jul 24 CT, Guilford. 38th Annual Time
Machines Antique Car Show & Swap
Meet. Guilford Fairgrounds, 111
Lovers Lane. SH: 8am-3pm. Rain or
Shine. Contact Phil/Kelly L’Heureux
203-235-6704 or email [email protected] or for swap meet contact
Joe/Karen Gregitis 860-741-0277 or
email [email protected] www.
tbirdsofconn.org/timemach.html
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Aug 7 CT, East Hampton. 50th Annual Belltown Vintage Motorcar Meet.
Haddam Neck Fairgrounds, off Rte.
151. Contact Peter Christianson 860267-8394 or Jon Grant 860-267-7507.
www.belltownantiquecarclub.org
Sep 11 CT, East Haven, 22nd Annual
Car Show. East Haven Town Green.
SH: 9am to 3pm. Contact Dom 203494-3702.
Sep 11 CT, Manchester. 37th Annual
Mustang Power Show. Mustangs Unlimited, 440 Adams Street. Rain Date:
Sep 18. Show Car Entrance is at 579
Middle Turnpike West (Rt-44A), about
1.2 miles East of I-84, at Exit-60. SH:
9am to 11:30am. PH: 508-674-5462 or
www.mccne.com.
Oct 9 CT, Litchfield. Cars for Kids
Automobile Show. Connecticut Junior
Republic (CJR). Rain Date: Oct 16. PH:
860-567-9423.
DELAWARE
Jun 24-25 DE, Harrington. 27th Annual
Rod & Custom Jamboree. Harrington
State Fair Grounds, 644 Fairground
Road. PH: 410-479-8400.
Jul 3 DE, New Castle. The 43rd Annual
Street Rods Car Show. 200 Centerpoint Blvd. SH: 8am to 4pm. Contact
Sharon Piccolo 302-422-5105 or
email:[email protected]
Sep 4 DE, Frederica. 2nd Annual Red
White & Blue Car and Bike Show. 3rd
base Liquors, 1491 Frederica Road.
Email: [email protected] or
[email protected]
Sep 25 DE, Greenwood. Don’s Tree
Farm Fall Festival Car Show. 6396
Hickman Road. Rain Date: Oct 2. SH:
Noon – 4pm. Email: [email protected]
yahoo.com. www.donstreefarm.com
FLORIDA
Jun 25 FL, Callahan. 1st Annual Hot
Rod/Antique Show. 450076 State
Road 200. SH: 10am-1:30pm. PH:
904-654-2918.
Jul 1 FL, Winter Haven. Show & Cruise.
SH: 4pm to 8pm.
Jul 4 FL, Lake Butler. The Annual 12th
Antique Car Show. Lake Side Community Center. Email: [email protected]
com or PH: 954-650-7016
www.oldcarsweekly.com
CALENDAR
Attention Car Show Enthusiasts: We sometimes receive show information that is in error or
changes at a later date. To avoid problems, call ahead to verify times and dates of events listed.
Aug 5 FL, Winter Haven. Show &
Cruise. SH: 4pm to 8pm.
Sep 2 FL, Winter Haven. Show & Cruise.
SH: 4pm to 8pm.
Oct 7 FL, Winter Haven. Show & Cruise.
SH: 4pm to 8pm.
Nov 4 FL, Winter Haven. Show &
Cruise. SH: 4pm to 8pm.
GEORGIA
Sep 10 GA, Flowery Branch. 13th Annual Flowery Branch Car Show & Chili
Cook-off. PLUS 9th Annual Bugs at
the Branch VW Show. Flowery Branch
Depot, 5517 Main Street. Rain Date:
Sep 17. SH: 10am to 4pm. Contact
Steve Soucie 770-967-2934 or email:
[email protected]
ILLINOIS
Jun 25 IL, Dwight. Car Show. Downtown. SH: 4pm – 9pm. Contact
Randall Irvin 815-474-9795. www.
buzzthegut.net
Jun 26 IL, Downers Grove. Festival of
Cars Car Show. SH: 12pm-3pm. Email
[email protected] www.RotaryGroveFest.com.
Jun 26 IL, Yorkville. Gears & Ears. Kendall County Fairgrounds. Pre-entry fee
$20. Contact Wayne 773-775-4696.
www.gearsandears.com.
Jun 28, IL, Northbrook. Car Show.
Meadow Shopping Center. Parking lot
adjacent Advance Auto Parts, 1975
Cherry Lane. SH: 8am-Noon. Contact
is Jeff Hershman at 847-498-5595.
Jul 2 IL, Seneca. Come Join us by the
Lake. Woodsmoke Ranch. SH: 9am
to 2pm. Contact Mike 708-638-2555.
woodsmokeranch.com
Jul 2 IL, Volo. 4th Annual VooDoo A Go
Go Charity Kustom Car Show. Volo
Auto Museum. PH: 815-385-3644.
www.Volocars.com
Jul 4 IL, Batavia. Fast Eddie’s 4th of
July Car Show. 500 N.Raddant Rd.
PH: 630-567-2753. www.oldgoldcruisers.com
Jul 4 IL, Robinson. 8th Annual Independence Day. Robinson City Park, S
Cross Street/S Howard Street. Rain or
Shine. Contact Jesse Hock 618-5530688. www.robinsoncarclub.com
Jul 8 IL, Robinson. 1st Robinson Saving
www.oldcarsweekly.com
Bank Cruise-In. 501 E. Main Street.
SH: 6pm. Contact Jesse Hock 618553-0688. www.robinsoncarclub.com
Jul 10 IL, Highland Park. Blue Oval Performance Car Club Show & Shine Car
Show. Highland Park Ford-Lincoln,
1333 Park Ave West. SH: 10am-3pm.
Contact Jerry Robbin 847-997-8624 or
email [email protected]
Jul 10 IL, Woodstock. Car Show.
McHenry County Fairgrounds, 11900
Country Club Road. SH: 8am to 3pm.
PH: 630-340-4744. www.skipsusa.net.
Jul 10 IL, West Chicago. Sonny Acres
Farm Summer Car Show. Sonny Acres
Farm, 29W310 North Ave. PH: 630567-2753. www.oldgoldcruisers.com
Aug 13 IL, Wilmington. Car Show.
Winchester Green Shopping Center,
(south side of town on Water Street/
Route 102). SH: 3pm-7pm. Contact
Bruce 815-476-6526 or email wilm.
[email protected]
Aug 14, IL, Oblong. 11th Annual Gabs
Car Show. Oblong City Park. SH:
9am-3pm. Conact Gene Weger 618569-3138.
Aug 14 IL, St. Charles. The 26th Annual
Indian Uprising All Pontiac Weekend. The Pheasant Run Resort, 4051
East Main Street. SH: Sat 8am-4pm,
Cruise-In 4pm-9pm; Sun 8am-3pm.
Contact Ken Arendt 773-766-7514 or
Paul Weinstein 847-812-3782 or Ken
Smith 630-853-3483.
Jul 18-22 IL, Springfield. 36th International Convention. Historic Route 66.
Contact Mike Berry 732-291-7668
or email [email protected]
nationalimpala.com
Aug 20 IL, Braidwood. 5th Annual Car
Show. SH: 4pm -8pm. Contact Dee
DeGroh 815-458-6891. http://braidwoodcarshow.wix.com/carshow
Jul 23 IL, Volo. 4th Annual All Camaro
Charity Car Show. Volo Auto Museum.
PH: 815-385-3644. www.Volocars.
com
Aug 20 IL, DeKalb. 5th Annual Parts
Place Inc. Car Show & Open House.
The Parts Place Inc. 630 Enterprise
Ave. SH: 9am-2pm. PH: 630-3651800.
Jul 23-24 IL, Belvidere. 26th Annual Mopar Happening. Boone City
Fairgrounds, 8791 IL-76. Contact
Diane 815-544-3447 or email [email protected] http://
www.3dsound.org/flyers/MoparHappening.pdf
Jul 24 IL, Lincolnwood. 17th Annual
Lincolnwoodfest Classic Car Show.
Proesel Park, (Kostner & Lincoln Ave).
SH: 10am – 2pm. Contact Paul Levine
847-676-1593 or email [email protected]
sbcglobal.net
Jul 30 IL, Peotone. 29th Annual Car
Show. Downtown Peotone. Email
[email protected]
Aug 5 IL, Hutsonville. Hutsonville River
Fest Car Show. Main Street. SH: 5pm9pm. PH: 618-562-6544.
Aug 7 IL, Union. 26th Annual Vintage
Transportation Extravaganza. Illinois
Railway Museum, 7000 Olson Road.
SH: 8am-4pm. PH: 815-603-8556 or
email [email protected] www.IRM.
Org
Aug 12 IL, Flat Rock. Flat Rock Home
Coming Car Show. Downtown Main
Street. Contact J.D. 618-584-3300.
Aug 20 IL, Robinson. Shriners BBQ &
Car Show, Robinson City Park, PH:
618-569-9211.
Aug 21 IL, Lockport. Car Show & Swap
Meet. Contact Joel 815-838-2246.
Sep 2 IL, Volo. 15th Annual Ford
and Mustang Car Show. Volo Auto
Museum. PH: 815-385-3644. www.
Volocars.com
Sep 4 IL, Woodstock. Car Show.
McHenry County Fairgrounds, 11900
Country Club Road. SH: 8am to 3pm.
PH: 630-340-4744. www.skipsusa.net
Sep 9 IL, Robinson. Dog N Suds CruiseIn. 902 E. Main Street. SH: 6pm. Contact Jesse Hock 618-553-0688. www.
robinsoncarclub.com
Sep 10 IL, Bloomingdale. Bloomingdale’s Septemberfest Car Show. Parking
lot next to Rooster’s Barn & Grill, 122
W. Lake Street. SH: 12:30pm-4pm.
Sep 11 IL, St. Charles. 21st Fierorama
Car Show. Pottawatomie Park, 210
North Ave. SH: 12-noon to 5pm. Contact Jim 630-305-9806.
Sep 17 IL, Volo. 3rd Annual Hot Rods
for Huntington’s Disease Charity Car
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CALENDAR
Attention Car Show Enthusiasts: We sometimes receive show information that is in error or
changes at a later date. To avoid problems, call ahead to verify times and dates of events listed.
Show. Volo Auto Museum. PH: 815385-3644. www.Volocars.com
Sep 18 IL, Peotone. 7th Annual Bone
Yard Rejects. Will County Fairgrounds.
Contact Mark or Debbie 815-478-4356
or email [email protected]
Sep 28 IL, St. Charles. Budweisers
Car Show Tour 2016. Kane County
Fairgrounds, 525 South Randall Road,
Contact Irma at 559-391-057.
Sep 30 IL, Robinson. Toffee Festival Car
Show. South side of the square. SH:
5pm-9pm.
Oct 1-2 IL, Joliet. Fall MCA Mustang
Expo. Autobahn Circuit. , Contact
Steve Hall Email [email protected] or (Office) 770781-1001 (Cell) 404-664-6660 www.
themustangexpo.com
Oct 2 IL, Addison. 9th Annual Car Show.
Medinah Shrine Center, 550 North
Shriners Drive. SH: 8am to 3pm. PH:
630-889-1400. www.medinah.org
Oct 2 IL, Palestine. Wabash Valley Wine
& Arts Fest Cruise-In. South Main
Street. SH: 1pm-4pm. Contact Jesse
Hock 618-553-0688. www.robinsoncarclub.com
Nov 6 IL, Woodstock. Swap Meet.
McHenry County Fairgrounds, 11900
Country Club Road. SH: 8am to 3pm.
PH: 630-340-4744. www.skipsusa.net
INDIANA
Jun 29-Jul 3 IN, Fort Wayne. Chevy
Classics State Reps Car Show/Convention. Show is open to all 19491972 Chevy Cars & Trucks, 1967-2016
Camaros & Firebirds, 1953-1982 Corvettes. 1,000 point judging or cruiser
class. E-mail [email protected]
com for flyer/registration form or call
Paula 440-346-6048.
Jul 9 IN, Rensselaer. 31st Annual Car
Show & Cruise. Brookside Park, St Rd
114 or West Clark Street. PH: 219863-1513.
Jul 15-17 IN, Culver. 33rd Annual Culver
Lake Fest Classic Car Show. Contact Vernon Patrick 773-791-7311 or
email [email protected]
Sign-Up on Facebook https://www.
facebook.com/groups/CulverLakeFestCarShow
Jul 21-24 IN, Portland. 44th Annual
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VMBC Meet. Jay County Fairgrounds.
Contact Kaitlyn 419-605-5336 or email
[email protected] www.vintagemotorbikeclub.org
Aug 13 IN, Mooreland. 25th Annual
Mooreland Free Fair Car Show. Indiana City Park, follow the signs. Contact Bud & Rita Grubbs 765-774-4561.
Aug 19-21 IN, Indianapolis. 26th Annual
Toy Construction Show. PH: 800533-8293 or 701-883-5206. www.
toytrucker.com
Sept 1-4 IN, Indianapolis. Mustang Club
of America 40th Anniversary. Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Contact Steve
Hall Email [email protected] or (Office) 770-781-1001 (Cell)
404-664-6660, www.mca40th.com
Sep 5-11 IN, Kokomo. Kokomo Salutes
Indiana’s Automotive Heritage 18941964. Contact Jeff Shively at 765454-9999 or email [email protected]
gmail.com. kokomoautomotivemuseum.com
Sept 16-17 IN, Franklin. Hoosier Vintage
Wheels. Johnson County Fairgrounds.
Contact Scott Willis 317-501-5266 or
[email protected]
Nov 27 IN, Indianapolis. Super Sunday
Indy. Indiana State Fairgrounds, West
Pavilion – 1202 E. 38th Street. SH:
8am to 3pm. Admission $7, children
under 12 Free. Contact Bailey Billman
317-296-0336 or [email protected] www supersundayindy.com
Nov 5 IN, Vincennes. Vincennes University Auto Club Car Show. Vincennes University, ATB 10. More Info
http://159.218.3.3/dads%2098.HTM.
Contact Jay Wolf 812-888-4172.
IOWA
Jul 1-3 IA, Des Moines. The 25th
Heartland Nationals. Pre-registration is
available online www.good-guys.com.
Contact Betsy Bennett 503-246-0237
email [email protected]
Jul 30 IA, Corning. 2nd Annual Johnny
Carson Birthplace Car Show. Corning
Downtown. Contact Mick Templeton
641-344-8187, Larry Carr 402-3058187, Roger Sorensen 515-795-7777.
Aug 3-5 IA, Des Moines. 30th Annual
Iowa Gas Petroliana-Automobilia
Advertising Collectibles Swap Meet.
Old Cars Weekly News & Marketplace EXPRESS / July 14, 2016
Airport Holiday Inn, 6111 Fleur Drive.
Contact John 515-321-7930 or Ron
515- 202-3089. www.iowagas.com
Aug 12-13 IA, Spencer. 38th Roddin on
the River Bike Show. East Leach Park,
305 4th Street SE. www.oldironcompany.com.
Sep 10-11 IA, Des Moines. 2016 Des
Moines Concours. Contact Steve
Simpson 515-779-7909 or [email protected]
Sep 25 IA, Indianola. Log Cabin Days
Car Show. Warren County Fairgrounds, 1401 W 2nd Ave. Hwy 92.
PH: 515-491-3357 or email [email protected] https://www.
facebook.com/wchs.
Sep 25 IA, Prairie City. 6th Annual Car
Show. Prairie City Volunteer Fire Dept.
On the square in Prairie City. SH: 9am2:30pm. PH 515-994-2171.
Oct 2 IA, Hopkinton. Hot Rods &
Harleys – Car, Truck, Bike & Hot Rod
Show. Main Street Square, 102 First
St SE. SH: 11am-4pm. Contact Steve
Davis 563-920-0409 or email: [email protected] www.hotrodsandharleyscarshow.com
KANSAS
Jul 19 KS, Leawood. 15th Annual COR
Car Show. The Church of the Resurrection. 13720 Roe Ave. SH: 9am1pm. Contact Brian 913-486-4066 or
Joe 913-888-1968. or email: [email protected]
kc.rr.com. www.cor.org
KENTUCKY
Jul 14-17 KY, Lexington. Keeneland
Concours d’Elegance. Keeneland
Race Course, 4201 Versailles Road.
SH: Sat. 9 am-4:30pm. PH: 859-4223329. www.keenelandconcours.com
Jul 24 KY, Lexington. 5th Annual Car
Show. Rupp Arena lower parking lot,
off Cox Street. SH: 9am-4pm. Contact Rick Seratt [email protected]
kyschools.us or 859-227-7058 (cell)
859-381-4503.
Oct 14-16 KY, Bowling Green. The 5th
Nostalgia Nationals. Pre-registration is
available online www.good-guys.com.
Contact Betsy Bennett 503-246-0237
email [email protected]
LOUISIANA
Jul 8-10 LA. Louisiana Collector Car
www.oldcarsweekly.com
CALENDAR
Attention Car Show Enthusiasts: We sometimes receive show information that is in error or
changes at a later date. To avoid problems, call ahead to verify times and dates of events listed.
Appreciation Weekend. Contact Chat
Jones – Ambassador of Antique Automotive Affairs with Chatz Classic Car
Concern.
MAINE
Jun 26 ME, Harrison. Annual Car Show.
Crystal Lake Park, Rte 117. Contact
Steve 978-660-6331.
Jul 16 ME, Paris. The 38th Annual
Founders’ Day & Classic Car Exhibit.
Hamlin Memorial Library & Museum,
16 Hannibal Hamlin Drive. PH: 207743-2980 or email: [email protected]
hamlin.lib.me.us
Aug 20 ME, Wells. The 5th Annual
Woodies in the Cove Car Show. Next
to McDonalds on Route 1, 974 Post
Road. SH: 8:30-2pm. Contact Sonny
Perkins 281-455-7779 or email: [email protected]
Sep 27 ME, Methuen. Pipes & Pipes
Car Show. Methuen Memorial Music Hall, 192 Broadway St (Rt 28).
SH:12:30pm-4pm. Rain Date: Sep 25.
Contact Rick 978-771-4209 or email
[email protected]
MARYLAND
Jul 5-10 MD. The National DeSoto Club
31st Annual Convention. Contact Tom
Kenny 410-239-7071.
Jul 9 MD, Damascus. Celebrate Damascus. Open to all makes and models.
26100 Woodfield Road, Damascus,
MD. 10 AM – 4 PM FREE Car & Truck
Cruise-In car show for all makes of
Classic & interesting vehicles! For
information call 301-253-2151.
Jul 9 MD, Smithsburg. Red, White and
Blue Car & Truck Show. Smithsburg
Volunteer Fire Company carnival
grounds, 22 North Main Street. Contact Dave Phelps 443-506-4695 or
Doug 301-797-0274. Vendor information Contact Jay 240-398-0551.
Jul 24 MD, Lutherville. 13th Annual
Meadowood Car & Truck Show. Meadowood Regional Park, Greenspring
Station, 10650 Falls Road. Rain or
Shine. SH: 10am-3pm. Contact Bill
410-527-0953 or email [email protected]
comcast.net.
Aug 7 MD, West Friendship. Annual
Howard County Fair Collector Car
Show. Howard County Fairgrounds,
Fairgrounds Road. Rain or Shine. SH:
www.oldcarsweekly.com
9am-4pm. Contact Gene Sauter 410627-6765. http://www.chesapeakeaaca.org/
Aug 13 MD, Rockville. 42nd Annual
All GM Show. 51 Mannakee Street.
Contact Cory 240-686-0229 or email
[email protected]
Aug 27 MD, Chesapeake City. The 6th
Annual Car Show. Hurricane date –
Sun. 28. 98 Bohemia Avenue. PREregistered before Aug. 12, $15. SH:
8am to 3pm. Email: [email protected]
com. www.facebook.com/chesapeakecitycarshow
Sep 10, MD, Manchester. Annual
Autumn Harvest Collector Car Show.
Manchester Carnival Grounds, York
Street. Rain Date: Sep 11. SH: 10am2pm. Contact Gene Sauter 410-6276765 or email [email protected]
com. www.chesapeakeaaca.org
Sep 18 MD, Frederick. The 24th Annual
Alzheimer’s Association Benefit Car
& Truck Show, at Frederick, Maryland
Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) –
exit 56 off I-70, 1601 Bowman’s Farm
Road, Frederick, Maryland.10 am to
4 pm. Gates Open 8 am. Rain date:
Sunday, October 2. For more information, call Ed: 301-514-2207 or Butch:
301-514-8267. Day of Show: 301401-3200. Visit our website at www.
HMCCC.50G.com – to see and print
the flyer. Email: [email protected]
net
MASSACHUSETTS
Jun 19 MA, Fitchburg. 37th Annual
Antique & Classic Auto Meet. Monty
Tech, 1050 Westminster Street. SH:
9am-1pm. Rain Date: Jun 26. Contact
Sal 978-537-1757 or John 508-8295516. www.midstateaac.org
Jul 2-4 MA, Worcester. Cars of Summer
Car Show & More. Green Hill Park,
Green Hill Parkway or Skyline Drive.
SH: Sat. 8am-5pm, Sun. 8am-5pm,
Mon. 8am-3pm. PH: 508-832-7007.
[email protected]
Jul 10 MA, Dedham. 45th Annual Car
Show. Endicott Estates, 656 East
Street.
Jul 17 MA, Marlborough. 32nd Annual
Mustangs & American Iron Summer
Round-Up. Solomon Pond Mall, 601
Donald Lynch Blvd. Rain Date: Jul 31.
SH: 9am to 11:30am. PH: 508-674-
5462 or www.mccne.com.
Jul 24 MA, Southwick. 9th Annual Jaime
S. Rivera Benefit Car Show. Southick
Recreation Center, 64 Powder Mill
Road. SH: 10am to 3pm. Rain Date Jul
31. Contact Jeff Bovat 413-569-2145
or 413-374-4690 or email [email protected]
Aug 6 MA, Shrewsbury. Volks-Fair 17.
Hebert Candy Mansion, 574 Hartford
Turnpike (Rt. 20). SH: 9am to 2pm.
Contact Jason 603-475-1543/[email protected] www.facebook.
com/thebugclub1
Oct 2 MA, Devens. 36th Annual Mustangs & American Iron Fall Round-Up
& Swap Meet. Devens Town Common.
Rain Date Oct 9. SH: 9am to 11:30am.
PH: 508-674-5462 or www.mccne.
com.
Oct 23 MA, Seekonk. The Original
Southern New England Rock ‘n’ Roll
Collectors Convention. Ramada Hotel
Seekonk, 213 Taunton Ave. (Rte. 44).
SH: 10am-3pm. PH: (401) 465-0618 or
email [email protected]
MICHIGAN
Jun 24-26 MI, Ontonagon. CopperFest
Heritage Festival. SH: 10am-5pm/
eastern time. PH: 906-884-4735 or
email [email protected]
Jun 25-26 MI, Flint. Auto Fair. Sloan
Museum, 1221 E Kearsley Street. PH:
810-667-0144. http://www.sloanautofair.com/
Jul 15-16 MI, Birch Run. Ss. Francis and
Clare Festival and Classic Car Show.
12157 Church St. PH: 810-240-5163.
www.ssfrancisandclarefestival.com
Jul 16 MI, Howell. 7th Annual Car Show.
St. John Catholic Church, 2099 N.
Hacker Rd. SH: 9am-3pm. PH: 517546-7200 or email [email protected]
gmail.com.
Jul 19-22 MI, Frankenmuth. International
Ford Retractable Club 45th Annual
National Convention. www.skyliner.
org.
Jul 23 MI, Rochester. 2016 OPC Classic & Muscle Car Show. OPC Upper
Parking Lot- 650 Letica Drive. SH:
11am-2pm. Contact Jeremy Ridky
248-608-0295 or email [email protected]
opcseniorcenter.org. www.opcseniorcenter.org
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CALENDAR
Attention Car Show Enthusiasts: We sometimes receive show information that is in error or
changes at a later date. To avoid problems, call ahead to verify times and dates of events listed.
Jul 2 MI, Manistee. 25th Annual Car
Show. Douglas Park, First Street
Beach. Contact Frank English 231590-7901 or Denny Milosh 231-6909847.
Jul 16 MI, Hudsonville. Classics and
Camaros. Todd Wenzel Chevrolet,
3156 Highland Drive. SH: 9am-3pm.
Contact Denny Barker 616-777-1111.
Aug 6 MI, Hickory Corners. 36th Annual
Car Show & Swap Meet. Gilmore Car
Museum, 6865 Hickory Road. SH:
8am-4pm. PH: 269-377-7756
Aug 6 MI, Greenville. Greenville Car
Show. Historic Downtown of Greenville. SH; 6-8:30pm. Rain or Shine. PH:
616-754-5697.
Aug 6 MI, Marion. 12th Annual Car,
Truck, Bike and Semi Show. Marion
Fairgrounds, 380 S. Mill Street. SH:
9am-2pm. Contact Gary 231-6791265 or email [email protected]
com.
Oct 2 MI, Midland. 53rd Northwood University International Auto Show. Contact Jameson Brickner 715-571-0896
or email [email protected]
Oct 30 MI, Monroe. Fall Swap Meet.
Monroe County Fairgrounds, 3775 S.
Custer Rd. Contact Nick 419-5794845 or Sue 419-579-6815. www.
monroeautoswapmeet.com
MINNESOTA
Jun 29 MN, Lakeland. Hot Rod Hump
Day. Lakeland Village Plaza, 330 St.
Croix Trail South. SH: 4pm-8pm.
https://www.facebook.com/hotrodhumpday
Jul 7 MN, Pierz. Rock, Roll and Stroll.
Downtown Pierz. SH: 6pm to 9pm.
Contact: Mike Lucking 320-630-9440.
Jul 13 MN, Lakeland. Hot Rod Hump
Day. Lakeland Village Plaza, 330 St.
Croix Trail South. SH: 4pm-8pm.
https://www.facebook.com/hotrodhumpday
Aug 13 MI, St. Joseph. 12th Annual
Lake Bluff Concours d’Elegance. Lake
Bluff Park, downtown St. Joseph.
Contact Dar Davis 269-983-0742 or
email: [email protected],
Jul 17 MN, Bemidji. The 33rd Annual
Car Show. Sanford Center Parking Lot.
SH: 8am-3pm. Contact Cyrus Pansch
218-556-0517 or email [email protected]
thesanfordcenter.net.
Sep 9-11 MI, Frankenmuth. 33rd Annual
Frankenmuth Auto/Oldies Fest. 495
N. Franklin Street. PH; 989-652-6964.
www.frankenmuthautofeat.com
Jul 17 MN, Saint Paul. 3rd Annual Highland Fest All Ford Car & Truck Show.
Ford Parkway, between Howell and
Kenneth Streets in Highland Village.
SH: 9am to 5pm. Contact Tom Murray
651-699-1893 or Bruce Nelson 651482-8940.
Sep 18 MI, Chelsea. Car Show. St. Louis
Center, 16195 W Old US Hwy 12. SH:
10am-4pm. PH: 734-475-8430. www.
stlouiscenter.org
Sep 18-19 MI, Ypsilanti. 20th Annual
Orphan Car Show. Riverside Park. SH:
9am-4pm. PH: 734-482-5200 or email
[email protected] ypsiautoheritage.org
Sep 30-Oct 2 MI, Midland. International
Auto Show. Northland University, 4000
Whiting Dr.
Oct 1 MI, Midland. Hugh A. Smith
Memorial Car Show. Michigan Fairgrounds. SH: 9am-4pm. PH: 989-6004057. www.BigOlBarnSaleMidland.
com
Oct 2 MI, Birch Run. 8th Annual
Suski Chevrolet/Buick Swap Meet/Car
Cruise-In. SH: 8am-2pm. PH 810-7674553 or email: [email protected]
Com
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Jul 27 MN, Lakeland. Hot Rod Hump
Day. Lakeland Village Plaza, 330 St.
Croix Trail South. SH: 4pm-8pm.
https://www.facebook.com/hotrodhumpday
Aug 4 MN, Pierz. Rock, Roll and Stroll.
Downtown Pierz. SH: 6pm to 9pm.
Contact: Mike Lucking 320-630-9440.
Aug 14 MN, New Brighton. 30th Annual
New Brighton Car Show and Swap
Meet. Long Lake Regional Park, 1500
Old Hwy 8 NW. SH: 8am to 4pm. Contact Bruce Nelson 651-482-8940.
Aug 20 MN, Forest Lake. 25th Annual
Car Show and Tire Burnout. Maranatha, 24799 Forest Boulevard. SH:
9am-4pm. https://www.facebook.
com/events/1740876399488272/
Aug 20 MN, Maple Lake. Gear-head Get
Together. Downtown. SH: 8am-5pm.
PH: 320-274-8283. www.gear-headgettogether.com
Aug 21 MN, Sauk Rapids. 41st Annual Show and Swap. Benton County
Fairgrounds, 1410 3rd Ave South. SH:
7am-3pm. A: $7, kids 11/under free
with pd adult. www.pantowners.org
Aug 24 MN, Lakeland. Hot Rod Hump
Day. Lakeland Village Plaza, 330 St.
Croix Trail South. SH: 4pm-8pm.
https://www.facebook.com/hotrodhumpday
Sep 1 MN, Pierz. Rock, Roll and Stroll.
Downtown Pierz. SH: 6pm to 9pm.
Contact: Mike Lucking 320-630-9440.
Sep 7 MN, Lakeland. Hot Rod Hump
Day. Lakeland Village Plaza, 330 St.
Croix Trail South. SH: 4pm-8pm.
https://www.facebook.com/hotrodhumpday
Sep 10 MN, Stillwater. All Buick Show.
Stillwater Motors at 5900 Stillwater
Blvd. N. SH: 10am-2pm. Contact Rolland Toenges 952-938-6200 or email
[email protected]
Sep 21 MN, Lakeland. Hot Rod Hump
Day. Lakeland Village Plaza, 330 St.
Croix Trail South. SH: 4pm-8pm.
https://www.facebook.com/hotrodhumpday
MISSOURI
Aug 10 MN, Lakeland. Hot Rod Hump
Day. Lakeland Village Plaza, 330 St.
Croix Trail South. SH: 4pm-8pm.
https://www.facebook.com/hotrodhumpday
Jul 16 MO, Harrisonville. Midwest Ford
Fest 2016. Max Ford, 2502 Cantrell
Road. SH: 8am-2pm. Contact Nathan
Skelton at 816-380-3251 or email:
[email protected]
Aug 13 MN, New Brighton. 30th
Anniversary New London to New
Brighton Antique Car Run. Contact
Mike Maloney 612-816-6880 or email
[email protected] www.
antiquecarrun.org
Jul 17 MO, Rosebud. 54th Gasconade
County Threshers Association Car
Show. Rosebud Community Park. PH
573-437-6735.
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Jul 30 MO, Gasconade. 2nd Annual Antique & Classic Car Show. Lower Ball
www.oldcarsweekly.com
CALENDAR
Attention Car Show Enthusiasts: We sometimes receive show information that is in error or
changes at a later date. To avoid problems, call ahead to verify times and dates of events listed.
Field Grounds. PH 314-578-7203.
Aug 10-14 MO, Kansas City. Vintage
Thunderbird Club International Convention. PH: 402-332-4186 or email
[email protected]
Aug 13 MO, Hawk Point. Cliff n Ella’s
Annual Car Show. 449 Main Street.
SH: Noon-4pm. PH: 636-338-9400.
Aug 14 MO, Bridgeton. 6th Annual
Show Off Auto Show. Bridgeton Machinist Hall, 12365 St. Charles Rock
Road. SH: 9am-4pm. PH: 314-3686902 or email [email protected]
yahoo.com.
Sep 17 MO, Owensville. Fall Festival
Antique & Classic Car Show. Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. PH
573-437-6735.
Sep 24 MO, Plattsburg, 2nd Annual
Bumms Auto & Bike Show. Perkins
Park. Contact Tom Morsbach 913206-0387 or Ken Tongue 816-5920445. https://sites.google.com/site/
bummsautoandbikeshow
Oct 14-15 MO, Carthage. Carthage
Maple Leaf Car Show & Cruise Night.
Cruise Night – Friday, Historic Carthage Square, 302 S. Main. SH: 6pm9pm. Saturday 36th Annual Maple
Leaf Car Show & Swap. CMC, 1900
South Grand Ave. Contact Larry 417825-6773 or Alan 620-856-2020. Email
[email protected] www.
mapleleafcarshow.com
MONTANA
Aug 13 MT, Missoula. 2016 Montana
Hope Project Show and Shine. Dillard’s parking lot, Southgate Mall. SH:
10am-2pm.
NEBRASKA
Jun 25 NE, Lincoln. The 2nd Speedway
Motors Day at The Hay. Pre-registration is available online www.goodguys.com. Contact Betsy Bennett
503-246-0237 email [email protected]
Aug 14 NE, Omaha. Vintage Wheels.
Fort Metropolitan Community College
Campus, 30th & Fort. SH:10am-3pm.
Contact Barney Deden 402-558-3314.
http://meadowlarks.omahaneb.org
NEW HAMPSHIRE
Jul 9, NH, Moultonborough. Antique &
Classic Automobile Event. Castle in
www.oldcarsweekly.com
the Clouds, Rt. 171/455 Old Mountain
Road. SH: 10am–3pm. PH: 603-4765900 or email [email protected]
org. www.castleintheclouds.org/
events/3052/.
Aug 21, NH, Deering. Granite State Olde
Truck Meet (formerly the Barrington
Olde Truck Meet). Feather Airport on
Old Concord Road, just off route 202
in Deering, New Hampshire. Truck
registration will be $5.00 per unit,
spectators & parking – FREE. Contact
Don Smith at 603-664-9761 or Brad at
[email protected]
NEW JERSEY
Jun 26 NJ, Wayne. (Rain Date: July 10).
The 22nd Annual Car Show. Wayne
Township Municipal Parking Lot, 475
Valley Road. SH: 9am- 4pm. PH: 973882-0288 or email [email protected]
Jul 23 NJ, Roebling. The 7th Annual
Roebling Museum Car Show. Roebling
Museum, 100 Second Ave. SH: 9am
to 3pm. Rain Date: July 24. Contact:
Varissa 609-499-7200 or [email protected] or
Bobbi (H) 215-752-0484, (C) 215-8203276. www.movinonkruzers.com.
Aug 14 NJ, Metuchen. The 7th Annual
Metuchen Rescue Squad Benefit Car,
Truck, & Motorcycle Show. Metuchenhigh School, 400 Grove Ave. SH:
10am to 3pm. www.metrescuesquad.
com
Sep 11 NJ, Seaside Heights. 37th
Annual Vintage Automobile Club of
Ocean County Antique Car Show.
1000 Bay Blvd. SP: Vintage Automobile Club of Ocean County. Contact
John Mahoney 732-244-4984. www.
vintageautoclubnj.org
Sep 17 NJ, Ocean Grove. 19th Annual
Brits on the Beach British Car Day. 59
Main Avenue, Business District. Rain
or Shine. Contact Bob 732-620-2378
or email [email protected] www.pedc.
org
Oct 1 NJ, Holmdel. Concours
d’Elegance. Hop Brook Farm, 953 Holmdel Road. SH: 10am-4pm. Rain Date
Oct 2. http://www.monmouthcountyconcours.com/
Oct 1 NJ, Tuckerton. Antique Car and
Truck Show. Tuckerton Seaport Museum, 120 W. Main St. SP: Tuckerton
Seaport Museum & Vintage Automobile Museum of NJ. Contact Sal Ferlise
732-237-8823. www.vintageautomuseum.org
NEW MEXICO
Aug 19-21 NM, Albuquerque. 1st Concours D’ Elegance for Jaguar Cars.
Old Town Hotel. Contact Lyle Ferrell 505-232-2555 or email [email protected]
earthlink.net.
Sep 23-25 NM, Los Lunas. 38th Annual
Swap Meet. Morris Sports Complex,
Morris Rd. & Hwy 314. Email [email protected]
nmcarcouncil.com.
NEW YORK
Jun 24-26 NY, Pattersonville. Harley
Rendezvous Classic. Indian Lockout
Country Club, 1142 Batte Street. PH:
518-864-5659 or email [email protected]
Jun 24-25 NY, Saratoga Springs. Annual
Saratoga Automobile Museum Gala.
Saratoga Automobile Museum, 110
Ave of the Pines. PH: 518-587-1935.
www.saratogaautomuseum.org
Jul 10 NY, Liverpool. Annual AntiqueClassic & Working Truck Show. Longbranch Park. SH: 9am-4pm. Contact
Scott Smith 315-687-1165.
Jul 10 NY, Kings Park. Thunderbird All
Ford Show. 58 Indian Head Road.
SH: 9am-3pm. Contact Elliott Weiner
631-724-3756 or email [email protected]
aol.com.
Jul 10 NY, Hasbrouck. 2nd Annual Car
Show. Woodbourne Firemans Park.
SH: 9am-3pm. Contact Carl Belfiore
845-292-6841 or Carl Smith 845-7988788.
Jul 10 NY, Saugerties. Sawyer Motors
Car Show. Village of Saugerties. SH:
1pm-6pm. PH: 845-246-4560. www.
sawyermotorscarshow.com
Jul 17 NY, North Blenheim. Schoharie
Valley Region AACA Antique Auto
Show. New York Power Authority
Visitor’s Center, 1378 State Route 30.
Contact Ron Davis 518-234-7495 or
email: [email protected]
Jul 17 NY, Lawrence. Vintage Antique
Fun Car Show. Town of Hempstead
Rock Hall Museum, 199 Broadway.
SH: 9am-3pm. PH: 516-239-1157.
Jul 23 NY, Collins Center. 4th Annual
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CALENDAR
Attention Car Show Enthusiasts: We sometimes receive show information that is in error or
changes at a later date. To avoid problems, call ahead to verify times and dates of events listed.
Car Show & Picnic. School St. & Collins Center Zoar Road, (Behind old
school building). SH: Noon-4pm. PH:
716-241-7066 or cell 716-449-8749 or
email: [email protected]
Jul 24 NY, Amherst. Rotary Car Show.
Northern Center off Maple Road. For
information, call Ken Weinstein at 716689-6888.
Jul 31 NY, Montgomery. 43rd Annual
Orange County Antique Auto Show.
Thomas Bull Memorial Park (Orange
County Park), 211 Route 416. Rain
or Shine. Contact Bob Hull 845-8562970 or email [email protected]
ocantiqueautoclub.com
Jul 31 NY, Oceanside. Car Club Show.
Hempstead Plains VCC, School House
Green, Foxhurst Road, (between
Oceanside Rd & Long Beach Rd). Rain
Date: Aug 7. Contact Holly or Dave
516-889-1089 or email [email protected]
gmail.com.
Aug 2 NY, Williamsville. 31st Annual AllThunderbird Show. West-Herr Used
Vehicle Outlet, 5535 Transit Road.
Contact Todd 716-777-0437.
Aug 7 NY, Amsterdam. 15th Annual Car
& Motorcycle Show. Perthshire, 112
Perthshire Drive. SH: 9am-3pm. Rain
or Shine. Contact Debbie 518-8424046.
Aug 13 NY, Auburn. 44th Annual
Fingerlakes Region AACA Car Show.
Downtown Auburn, (Routes 34 & 20).
SH: 9am to 4pm. Contact Jim Vitale
at 315-253-4357 or email [email protected]
roadrunner.com
Aug 14 NY, Long Beach. Car Club
Show. Hempstead Plains VCC, Kennedy Plaza, Park Ave. Contact Holly or
Dave 516-889-1089 or email [email protected]
Oct 16 NY, Lynbrook. Car Club Show.
Lynbrook Atria, 100 Peninsula Blvd.
Rain Date: Oct 23. Contact Holly or
Dave 516-889-1089 or email [email protected]
NORTH CAROLINA
Jun 21-25 NC, Asheville. International
Station Wagon Club Convention.
Clarion Inn. Contact Chuck Snyder
[email protected] PH: 724-5867187
Jul 1-2 NC, Fletcher. 49th Annual Car
46
Show. WNC Ag Center, across the
highway from the Asheville Regional
Airport. Rain or Shine. www.mountaineerantiqueautoclub.com
Oct 14-16 NC, Henderson. Show, Shine,
Shag & Dine Antique, Classic, Muscle
Car and Nostalgia Drag Car Show
and the East Coast Drag Times Hall of
Fame & Reunion. PH: 866-438-4565.
www.kerrlake-nc.com or www.eastcoastdragtimeshalloffame.com.
Jul 29 OH, Uniontown. Lion’s Club Festival Car Show. Hartville Flea Market.
SH: 4:30pm–8pm. PH: 330-882-2453.
Aug 6 OH, Cleveland Dairyland Festival & Car Show. Dairyland Park. SH:
10am-4pm. Email [email protected]
Aug 7 OH, Boardman. 38th Annual
Car Show & Flea Market. Boardman
Park, 375 Boardman-Poland Road.
Sh: 9am–5pm. Rain or Shine. Contact
Dave 330-544-0242. www.mvocc.com
Oct 21-23 NC, Charlotte. The 23rd
Southeastern Nationals. Pre-registration is available online www.goodguys.com. Contact Betsy Bennett
503-246-0237 email [email protected]
Aug 12-13 OH, Marysville. The 2nd
Annual Marysville Charity Car Show.
Honda Marysville on Coleman’s Crossing. SH: 8am to 3pm. PH: 937-6429618. www.unioncountyfoundation.
org/MarysvilleCharityCarShow
NORTH DAKOTA
Aug 13 OH, Hartville. Schoner Chevrolet
Car Show. 720 W. Maple Street. Rain
or Shine. SH: 8am-3pm. PH: 330-8822453. www.topdowndjs.com
Jun 25 ND, Medora. 39th Annual Medora Car Show. Badlands Motel. SH:
7am-3:30pm. Contact Carl 701-2258851 or email [email protected]
com.
OHIO
Jul 4 OH, Urbana. 19th Annual Firecracker Car, Truck and Bike Show.
Skelley Lumber, 1300 N Main St. Rain
or Shine. PH: 937-244-2722 or email
[email protected] www.champaigncruisers.com.
Jul 7-9 OH, Dublin. The 34th Annual
Arthritis Foundation Classic Auto
Show and Cruise. Contact Liz Martin
614-503-5591. www.ArthritisAutoShow.com
Jul 9 OH, Chesterland. 14th Annual
Chester Christian Center Car Show.
11815 Chillicothe Road. SH: 10:30am–
3pm. Contact Jack 440-283-5168.
Jul 8-10 OH, Columbus. The 19th
Goodguys PPG Nationals. Pre-registration online www.good-guys.com.
Contact Betsy Bennett 503-246-0237
email [email protected]
July 22-24 OH, Canfield. Dave & Ed’s
Super Auto Events Canfield Swap
Meet, Car Corral & Sunday Car
Show. Canfield Mahoning County
Fairgrounds, 7265 Columbiana. SH:
8am-5pm. PH 330-477-8506. www.
autoevents.com
Jul 23 OH, North Canton. Goodyear Tire
Center Annual Car Cruise. Frank Ave
(Near the Strip). SH: 6pm-9pm. PH:
330 882-2453.
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Sep 9-11 OH, Springfield. The Springfield Swap Meet & Car Show Fall
Event. Clark County Fairgrounds,
exit #59 off I-70 (between Dayton &
Columbus). SH: Fri –Sat 7am-6pm and
Sun 7am-3pm. PH: 937-376-0111 or
Fax 937-372-1171. www.ohioswapmeet.com
Sep 17 OH, Centerburg. Old Time Farming Festival. Centerburg Community
Memorial Park, Route 36. Email [email protected]
oldtimefarmingfestival.org
Sep 16-18 OH, Canfield. Dave & Ed’s
Super Auto Events Canfield Swap
Meet, Car Corral & Sunday Car
Show. Canfield Mahoning County
Fairgrounds, 7265 Columbiana. SH:
8am-5pm. PH 330-477-8506. www.
autoevents.com
Oct 22 OH, Hilliard. Trunk or Treat Car
Show. Rain Date: Oct 29. Hilliard
Presbyterian Church, 3600 Leap Road.
More information email: [email protected]
Nov 11-12 OH, Springfield. The Springfield Swap Meet & Car Show Winter
Event. Clark County Fairgrounds,
exit #59 off I-70 (between Dayton &
Columbus). SH: Fri 8am-5pm and Sat
8am-5pm. PH: 937-376-0111 or Fax
937-372-1171. www.ohioswapmeet.
com
Nov 19 OH, Columbus. 7th Annual Ohio
Mopar Expo Swap Meet and Car
www.oldcarsweekly.com
CALENDAR
Attention Car Show Enthusiasts: We sometimes receive show information that is in error or
changes at a later date. To avoid problems, call ahead to verify times and dates of events listed.
Corral. Ohio Expo Center & State Fair.
Rhodes Building, 717 E. 17th Ave. SH:
9am-4pm. PH: 614-268-1181. www.
jeffjohnsonmotorsports.com
OKLAHOMA
Oct 13-15 OK, Chickasha. The 48th
Annual Largest Auto Swap. Rain or
Shine. More Info www.chickashaautoswapmeet.com
Oct 14-16 OK, Wilburton. 30th Annual
Robbers Cave Fall Foliage Cruise/
Lawn Chair Nationals. Robbers Cave
State Park, along the shores of Lake
Carlton in the San Bois Mountains.
Oct 20-22 OK, Norman. Norman Swap
Meet. Cleveland County Fairgrounds,
615 E Robinson Street. 9am to 6pm
Thursday through Saturday! I Indoor
and Outdoor vender spaces $30.
(Spaces $35 at the meet). PH: 405651-7927. www.NormanSwapMeet.
com Email: [email protected]
com
OREGON
Jul 8-10 OR, Portland. Portland Vintage
Racing Festival. Portland International
Raceway, 1940 N. Victory Blvd. Contact Sandy 503.307.5420. www.SVRA.
com or [email protected]
Jul 15-17 OR, La Grande. Grande
Ronde-A-View Weekend Car Show.
Contact Arlan Miesner 541-910-9025
or email [email protected]
com. timbercruiserscarclub.com
Jul 18 OR, Forest Grove. 44th Annual
Forest Grove Concours d’Elegance.
Pacific University. PH: 503-357-2300
or 1-888-359-2530. www.forestgroveconcours.org
PENNSYLVANIA
Jun 24 PA, Washington. Summer
Festival Classic Car Show. 119 West
Chestnut Street. SH: 6pm-8:30pm.
Contact Jeff 724-745-6783 or email
[email protected]
Jul 9-10 PA, Bethel. 10th Annual Fly-In,
Vintage Automobile Show, & Big Band
Swing Dance. Golden Age Air Museum, 371 Airport Road. Contact Paul
Dougherty 717-933-9566 or email:
[email protected] www.goldenageair.org
Jul 10 PA, Doylestown. Run With the
Angels Car Show. Rte 313 & Cold
Spring Creamery Rd. SH: 9am3:30pm. Contact Al Tursi 267-8939796.
Jul 10 PA, Hamlin. 42nd Annual Car
Show, Crafts & Flea Market. Salem
Masosnic Grove, Rt. 191, South of
Hamlin. Contact Hank 570-253-0545
or website: www.aaca.org/wayanepike/
Jul 10 PA, New Holland. 35th Annual
Antique Car Show. Contact Steve
Loewen 717-413-6229 or email
[email protected]
Jul 10 PA, Washington. 12th Annual
Classic on Main. Main Street. SH:
11am-3pm. http://www.whiskeyrebellionfestival.com/
Jul 17 PA, Clarks Summit. 45th Annual
Collector Car Show and Flea Market.
Abington Executive Park. Information
visit SRAAC.net.
Jul 19 PA, Houtzdale. Houtzdale Days
Car Show. Hannah Street. Contact
Melanie Henry at 814-505-7876.
Jul 31 OR, Lebanon. The Old Car Sunday & BBQ – Car Show. Lebanon First
Assembly of God Church, 726 W. Oak
Street. PH: 541-259-1265.
Jul 26-30 PA, Allentown. The 50th Anniversary of the Buick Club of America.
Bulgari Complex. PH: 614-472-3939
or www.BuickClub.org.
Aug 6 OR, Prairie City. 21st Annual
Grant County Kruzers Show ‘n Shine.
City Park, Front ST & SW Bridge ST.
SH: 9am-3pm. PH: 541-542-2525
or 541-820-3745. Email: [email protected]
ortelco.net. www.ortelco.net/~kruzers.
Jul 30 PA, South Park. 7th Annual
Revem Up For Kids Mega Car Cruise
and Family Fest. South Park County
Fairgrounds, Corrigan Drive on Brownville Road. SH: 11am to 6pm. PH:
412-831-6800 ext 730. http://revemupforkids.com.
Oct 14-15 OR, Portland. Pir Fall Auto
Swap Meet. Portland International
Raceway, 1940 N. Victory Blvd.
Contact Sandy 503.307.5420. www.
Portlandraceway.com or [email protected]
msn.com
www.oldcarsweekly.com
Jul 31 PA, New Hope. 7th Annual
Road Rally. New Hope-Solebury
High School, 180 West Bridge Street.
SH: 10am. PH: 215-862-5665. www.
newhopeautoshow.com
Jul 31 PA, Vandergrift. 21st Annual
Vandergrift Lions Car Show. Kennedy Park, Jackson Avenue. Rain or
Shine. SH: noon-4pm. Contact Robb
412-289-9515/[email protected].com or
Butch 724-568-1615 or Ray 724-5675063 or Jim 724-681-6293.
Aug 27 PA, Millersburg. 2nd Annual
Cruzin’ For PA Wounded Warriors.
Weis Markets, 1671 Rt. 209. SH: 8am.
Contact Butch Markel 717-979-5250
or Kerry Teter 717-635-5026 or Dave
Lehr 570-527-3450. Email: [email protected]
epix.net. www.keystonegarageclub.
com
Aug 27 PA, Souderton. Branches,
Brawn, and Beauty Car Show. Souderton Mennonite Homes, 207 W Summit
Street. SH: 9am to 3pm. Contact
Becky Whipple at 215-368-4438 ext.
44110 or by email [email protected]
livingbranches.org.
Sept 4 PA, Bristol. The 3rd Annual
Nirvana Family Fitness Car Show.
Nirvana Family Fitness, 1222 New
Rodgers Road, (Rt. 413 one light south
of I-95 interchange). SH: 9am-3pm.
Rain Date: Sep 11. Contact Bobbi (H)
215-752-0484, (C) 215-820-3276 or
movin’[email protected] www.
movinonkruzers.com
Oct 8 PA, Ivyland. The 4th Annual Tony’s
Place Car Show. 1297 Greeley Ave.
Rain Date: Oct 15. SH: 9am-3pm.
Contact Bobbi (H) 215-752-0484, (C)
215-820-3276 or movin’[email protected]
inbox.com. www.movinonkruzers.com
RHODE ISLAND
Jun 26-Jul 2 RI, Warwick. 52nd Annual
International Meet. Studebaker Drivers
Club and the Avanti Owners Association and the Antique Studebaker Club.
Crowne Plaza Hotel, 801 Greenwich
Ave. PH: 508-542-7991 or email
[email protected]
Aug 14 RI, East Providence. 38th Annual All Fords & American Iron Car Show
& Swap Meet. Oxford Motorcars, 360
Taunton Avenue (RT-44-W). Rain Date
Aug 21. SH: 9am to 11:30am. PH:
508-674-5462 or www.mccne.com.
Sep 11 RI, Warwick. The Impossible
Dream Car Show. 575 Centerville
Road. SH: 2pm-5pm. Rain Date Sep
17. www.impossibledreamcarshow.
com
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CALENDAR
Attention Car Show Enthusiasts: We sometimes receive show information that is in error or
changes at a later date. To avoid problems, call ahead to verify times and dates of events listed.
SOUTH CAROLINA
Jul 9 SC, Anderson. Car, Truck, &
Motorcycle Show. Civic Center, 3027
MLK Jr. Blvd. (formerly Mall Road).
PH: 864-437-8311.
Oct 8 SC, Aiken. Knights of Columbus
6th Annual Fall Car Show. 150 Fairfield
St. SE, Between Richland Ave. SH:
8am-3pm. Contact John R Shea 803663-1777 or email: [email protected]
bellsouth.net. carolinathunderracing.
com/Car_Show.php
Lone Star Nationals. Pre-registration is
available online www.good-guys.com.
Contact Betsy Bennett 503-246-0237
email [email protected]
Oct 1 TX, Temple. 2nd Annual Hot Rods.
Harper-Talasek Funeral Home, 500 W
Barton Ave. PH: 254-773-4564. www.
harpertalasek.com
Oct 22 TX, Houston. Guitars N Cars.
7575 North Sam Houston Pkwy West.
SH: Noon-5pm. www.hcias.com
Oct 28-Nov 6 SC, Hilton Head. 15th
Annual Festival. Contact Erin Abney
770-649-0880 or 864-421-2757.
Nov 11-12 TX, Bastrop. 11th Annual Heroes & Hotrods. Contact Bo Godfrey
512-801-2722 or Bill Szelag 512-7456999. www.bastropareacruisers.com
SOUTH DAKOTA
UTAH
Jun 23-26 SD, Black Hills. Sturgis
Camaro Rally. Contact Alexiss Miller
406-891-1372. www.sturgiscamarorally.com
Jul 15-17 UT, Heber Valley. RW Erickson
Antique Power Show. PH: 435-6543570 or email [email protected]
com. www.gohebervalley.com/-RWErickson-Antique-Power-Show.
Jul 13-16 SD, Beresford. 45th Black
Hills Corvette Classic. www.blackhillscorvetteclassic.com
Jul 23 SD, Custer. Gold Discovery Days
Car Show and Shine. Contact Gary
Kuchar 605-517-0346.
TENNESSEE
Jun 27-Jul 1 TN, Chattanooga. 57th Annual International Meet. Chattanooga
Choo Choo Hotel, 1400 Market Street.
PH: 706-864-0164. www.hetclub.org.
Jul 19-23 TN, Kingsport. 32 Annual National Meet. Contact Brenda Kalivianakis & Steve 480-692-3911 or 480-6715963. Email: [email protected]
TEXAS
Jul 29-31 TX, Fredericksburg. 39th
Annual Hill Country Swap Meet. Lady
Bird Municipal Park, Hwy 16 South.
SH: 8am-5pm. Contact Dean or Jason
354-751-7958 or email: [email protected]
aol.com.
Aug 13 TX, Temple. The Teddy Bear
BBQ & Chili Cook-off Festival. Held
on the rolling grounds of the Bend O’’
The River Park, 7915 S General Bruce
Drive. PH: 254-493-6424 www.teddybearbbqcookoff.org
VIRGINIA
Jun 27-30 VA, Williamsburg. Annual International Car Meet. Contact Michael
Mills 804-458-3322.
Sep 14-18 VA, Glen Allen. 2016 Nash
Grand NASHional. Wyndham Virginia
Crossings Hotel & Conference Center,
(outskirts of Richmond). Contact
Reggie Nash 804-788-9011 or email:
[email protected]
Sep 18 VA, Potomac Falls. 6th Annual
Carz Cruizin to Cure Cancer! Classic,
Antique, Sports, Hot Rods and Custom Cars, Trucks and Bikes Welcome.
Sterling (Cascades) VA (Behind the
Cascades Post Office and Across the
street from The Cascades Marketplace) Across the lake from The Bungalow Lakehouse Restaurant- Parking
Lot 46179, Westlake Drive, Potomac
Falls, Virginia . 8 AM to 2 PM
Nov 7 VA, Annandale. Capitol Miniature
Auto Collectors Club Fall Car Show.
Dunn Loring Volunteer Fire House.
Contact James Brostrom 703-9410373. [email protected]
WASHINGTON
Sep 3 TX, Dallas. Invasion Car Show
#9. Trees Dallas, 2709 Elm St. PH:
214-741-1122 or email [email protected]
Jul 16 WA, Auburn. 4th Annual Car
Show 4 Kids. Coastal Farm & Ranch
Parking Lot, 1425 Outlet Collection
Drive. SH: 9am-4pm. Rain or Shine.
Contact Ed 253-735-8974.
Sept 30–Oct 2 TX, Fort Worth. The 24th
Jul 29-31 WA, Puyallup. The 29th Wes-
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co Autobody Supply Pacific Northwest
Nationals. Pre-registration is available
online www.good-guys.com. Contact
Betsy Bennett 503-246-0237 email
[email protected]
Aug 6 WA, Granite Falls. Granite Falls
Show ‘n’ Shine. Downtown Granite
Falls. [email protected]
or granitefallswa.com/sns. PH: 425345-9970
Aug 19-21 WA, Spokane. The 15th
Great Northwest Nationals. Pre-registration is available online www.goodguys.com. Save $10 and register by
Dec 31 for the 2016 events! 503-2460237 email [email protected]
Aug 20 WA, Port Townsend. 27th
Annual Kiwanis Classic Car Show.
Memorial Field. SH: 8am to 4pm. PH:
360-531-0557. http://port-townsend.
kiwanisone.org/Page/14919
Aug 21 WA, Tenino. 15th Annual Shown-Shine Car Show. City Park. www.
t9oquarrymen.com
Sep 9 WA, Tacoma. Pacific Northwest
Concours d’Elegance. America’s Car
Museum, 2702 East D. Street. SH:
9am-5pm. PH: 253-779-8490 or email:
[email protected]
Sep 24-25 WA, Chehalis. The 51st
Annual Harvest Swap Meet. SW WA
Fairgrounds. SH: 8am-5pm. Sun
9am-3pm. PH: 360-273-6961 or email:
[email protected] www.ccvac.com
Nov 5-6 WA, Bremerton. 48th Annual
Auto Swap Meet. Kitsap Sun Pavilion
and Fairgrounds Complex. www.ovac.
us
WEST VIRGINA
Jul 15-16 WV, Beaver. Friends Of Coal
Auto Fair. Raleigh County Memorial
Airport, 176 Airport Rd #105. Online
ticket sales at www.friendsofcoalautofair.com.
WISCONSIN
Jun 24-25 WI, West Allis. The 22nd Annual Millers at Milwaukee-Vintage Indy
Car Event. Milwaukee Mile Racetrack,
W Washington Street. SH: 8am-4pm.
www.harrymillerclub.com
Jun 25 WI, Hartford. 110 year Kissel Car
Reunion and Meet. Wisconsin Automotive Museum. PH: 313-510-8463 or
email [email protected]
www.oldcarsweekly.com
CALENDAR
Attention Car Show Enthusiasts: We sometimes receive show information that is in error or
changes at a later date. To avoid problems, call ahead to verify times and dates of events listed.
June 25 WI, Waupaca. Landing Strip
Car Show, E4353 East Gate Dr.,
Waupaca, WI. Spotlighting topless
cars-trucks-Jeeps. Awards for: Best
Ford, Best GM, Best Mopar, Best Import, Best Independent, and more. $10
registration includes a T-shirt (send
sizes). For info call: Landing Strip 920867-4400 or Gunner’s Great Garage
1-715-281-5925.
Jun 26 WI, Freedom. Car Show. Skunk
Hill Bar, corner of HWY’s S and C.
Jun 26 WI, Oshkosh. 35th Annual Benefit Car Show. South Park, Interstate
41 to Hwy 44 exit. SH: 7am-4pm.
Contact Matt 920-213-2768.
Jun 26 WI, West Bend. Kettle Moraine
Klassic Kar Klub Show. Held at the
Moose Lodge, 1721 Chestnut Street.
Registration $10. SH: 10am-3pm.
Contact Steve at 262-626-8884 or
[email protected]
Jul 2 WI, East Troy. 15th Annual Car
Show. East Troy Middle School, 3143
Graydon Ave. SH: 9am-2pm. Contact
Jerry or Nancy 920-563-4003 or email
[email protected]
Jul 3 WI, Waupun. Celebrate Waupun
Car Show. Waupun Community Center, 510 E. Spring St. (enter off of Fond
du Lac St). SH: 8am to 4pm. Contact
Pete Kaczmarski 920 324-2213. www.
waupunfestivals.com.
Jul 4 WI, Campbellsport. 13th Annual
Car Show. Campbellsport Firemens
Park, West Main Street. SH: 8am-3pm.
Contact Tony Stoffel 920-533-4909.
Jul 7-9 WI, Iola. 44th Annual Iola Car
Show & Swap Meet. Located at the intersections of State Highways 49 and
161in Iola, WI. For more information
visit http://iolaoldcarshow.com/
Jul 9 WI, Watertown. 13 Annual Classic
Car Show. Grinwald Ford, 101 Hwy 16
Fontage Road. SH: 9am-1pm. Contact
Chelsea 920-261-1800.
Jul 10 WI, Blanchardville. 30th Annual
Cruis’n Wisconsin. McKellar Park.
Contact Aaron 608-523-4338.
Jul 10 WI, Marinette. 6th Annual Car
Show. Contact Judy Alwin 715-7324333 or email
[email protected]
Jul 10 WI, Kaukauna. St Katharine
Parish Fest Car & Tractor Show. 2401
www.oldcarsweekly.com
Main Ave. Contact Ed 920-858-0226.
Jul 14-16 WI, Baraboo. 37th Annual
FCA National Convention. Ho Chunk
Casino Hotel & Convention Center,
S3214 County Highway BC. Contact
Toni Sullivan at [email protected]
Jul 16 WI, Combined Locks. Paperfest
Car & Motorcycle Show. Memorial
Park, 405 Wallace Street. Contact Ed
920-858-0226.
Jul 16 WI, Oxford. St. John’s Car &
Truck Show. Village Park. Contact Paul
608-408-8216. www.cdluna.com
Jul 17 WI, Appleton. 39th Annual Old
Car Show and Swap Meet. Pierce
Park. SH: 8am-4pm. PH: 920-7318519. www.appletonoldcarshow.com
Jul 17 WI, Brookfield. 35th Annual All
Ford Roundup. 18900 W. Capitol
Drive. Contact Russ 414-861-9213 or
email [email protected]
Jul 18 WI, Neenah. Car Show. Culver’s
of Neenah, 1161 Westowne Drive,
(Across from Kohl’s). PH: 920-7205500.
Jul 20-23 WI, Portage. The 48th Annual
International Edsel Club Convention.
Best Western Resort. www.internationaledsel.com
Jul 24-24 WI, Edgerton. 9th Annual Swap Meet and & Car Show.
Thresherman’s Park, Hwy 51. Contact
Pete 608-449-4210 or Barb 608-2893632.
Jul 24 WI, Sheboygan Falls. Car Show.
3400 South Business Drive. PH: 920254-3374 or email [email protected]
com
Jul 30-31 WI, Union Grove. 20th Annual
Great Lakes Mopar & AMC Festival.
Great Lakes Dragaway, 18411 1st St.
PH: 262-878-3783.
Jul 31 WI, Franklin. 1st Annual Benefit
Car Show. Gus Mexican Cantina, 6514
S. Lovers Lane Road. Rain or Shine.
SH: 9am-3pm. PH: 414-425-4499.
www.gusmexicancantina.com
Jul 31 WI, Stanley. 28th Annual Car
Show. Chapman Park. SH: 9am-3pm.
Contact Chuck 715-644-5376 or email
[email protected]
Aug 6 WI, New Berlin. 30th Annual
All Buick Show. Matty’s Bar & Grille,
14460 W. College Ave. SH: 10am-
3pm. Contact Bill Hitchcock 414-7195656.
Aug 6-7 WI, Elkhorn. The 31st Annual
Summer Elkhorn Auto Swap Meet,
Car Corral & Car Show. SH: Sat./Sun.
6am-3pm. Info: Madison Classics,
P.O. Box 7414, Madison, WI 53707 or
call 608- 244-8416 or madisonclassics.com.
Aug 11-13 WI, Oshkosh. Shakedown
Hot Rods & Customs. Pioneer Airport
on the EAA Grounds.
Aug 13 WI, Howards Grove. Howards
Grove Car Show. St. Paul’s Lutheran
Church, 441 Millersville Ave. SH: 10am
– 3pm. PH: 920-565-3780 or email
saintp[email protected] www.stpaulshowardsgrove.org
Aug 14 WI, Bangor. 13 Annual Classic
Car Show. Purple Cow SweetShop &
Cafe, 1710 Commercial Street. Contact Ben 608-351-9074.
Aug 14 WI, Barneveld. The 21st Annual
Vintage Celebration. Botham Vineyards & Winery, 8180 Langberry Road.
SH: 10:30-5pm. PH: 888-GR8-WINE
(478-9463) or email [email protected]
Aug 15 WI, Neenah. Car Show. Culver’s
of Neenah, 1161 Westowne Drive,
(Across from Kohl’s). PH: 920-7205500.
Aug 20 WI, Racine. 4th Annual Racine
Prince Of Peace Church and Preschool Classic Car Show. Prince Of
Peace Church and Preschool, 4340
6 Mile Road. SH: 8am-2pm. Contact
Kent Sumner at 414-975-3850 or Corey Borkowski at 414-333-4619.
Aug 27-28 WI, Milwaukee. Milwaukee
Concours d’ Elegance. Veterans Park,
Milwaukee’s Lakefront. Contact Bev
Jurkowski 414-232-4869. milwaukeeconcours.com
Sep 3 WI, Pardeeville. 13th Annual Car
& Truck Show. Chandler Park. SH:
8am-4pm. Rain or Shine. PH: 608429-3703.
Sep 10-13 WI, Dodge County. Swap
Meet. Dodge County Fairgrounds,
Hwy 33 East of Beaver Dam. PH: 920210-1216 or email [email protected]
Sep 10 WI, Osceola. Osceola Wheels
and Wings. 495 S. Cascade Street.
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CALENDAR
Attention Car Show Enthusiasts: We sometimes receive show information that is in error or
changes at a later date. To avoid problems, call ahead to verify times and dates of events listed.
More Information www.wheelswings.
com.
Sep 10 WI, Hartford. United Vietnam
Veterans Sports Show. Hartford Town
Hall, 3360 County Road K. SH: 8am3pm. Admission $3. Contact Bob
Krueger 920-386-2134 or Dan Kutzke
920-625-3391/920-285-4540.
Sep 17 WI, Wild Rose. Classic Car
Show. Roseville Mini Golf & Gift Shop,
1151 Main Street, Hwy 22 South. SH:
8am-3pm. Contact Roger or Karen
Fahey 920-987-5205.
Sep 18, WI, Beloit. 40 Annual Beloit
Lions Autorama Car Show & Swap
Meet. Town of Beloit Preservation
Park on the Rock River, 3444 South
Riverside Drive. SH: 8am-4pm. www.
beloitautorama.com
Sep 19 WI, Neenah. Car Show. Culver’s
of Neenah, 1161 Westowne Drive,
(Across from Kohl’s). PH: 920-7205500.
Sept 23-25 WI, Jefferson. The 39th
Annual Fall Jefferson Auto Swap
Meet & Car Show, Jefferson County
Fairgrounds. SH: Fri. 10am-6pm;
Sat./Sun. 6am-3pm. Info: Madison
Classics, P.O. Box 7414, Madison, WI
53707 or call 608-244-8416 or madisonclassics.com
AUCTIONS
July 2-3 WY, Jackson Hole. Silver Auctions 800-255-4485. www.silverauctions.com
July 8-9 CO, Denver. 700 14th Street.
Mecum Auctions. Auction Details
www.mecum.com/auction-detail.
cfm?auctionid=DN0716&auction_
type=
July 8-9 NH, Effingham. 2nd Annual
Lakes Region Classic Car Auction.
North Country Auctions, LLC. PH:
603-539-5322. www.northcountryauctions.com.
July 8-9 KY, Jonesboro. Summer Collector Car Auction. Smith’s Auction
Company. Expo Center. PH: 800-2006030 or www.smithsauctioncompany.
com
July 9 LA, New Orleans. Mardi Gras
World, 1380 Port of New Orleans
Place. Vicari Auction. PH: 504-26450
2277. www.vicariauction.com
July 9 WI, Plover. A Bunczak Sale on
the Bernie & Tammy Devine Property.
N1530 County F. Start time 10am.
Bunczak Real Estate & Auctions. PH:
715-459-6645. www.bunczak.com
July 14-16 PA, Lock Haven. 15th Annual
Antique and Classic Auction. Central
Pennsylvania Auto Auction, Exit 178
of Interstate 80. PH: 800-248-8026.
www.cpaautoauction.com
July 15-16 MN, Chatfield. Day 1- Wes
Anderson Estate Auction- Late Model
Farm Equipment, Trucks, Tools &
More. Day 2-Wes Anderson Estate
Auction- Airplanes, Collector CarsAntique Tractors & More! VanDerBrink
Auctions. PH: 507-673-2517 or 605201-7005 (mobile) or email: [email protected]
VanDerBrinkAuctions.com. www.
vanderbrinkauctions.com
July 16 TN, Jackson. The 9th Annual
Mid South Classic Summer Collector Car Auction, Dealer Connect Auto
Auction Facilities, 50 Fiberglass Rd.
JMARK Classic Auctions LLC, DCAA,
Mark Ward 731-225-6025. www.
jmarkclassicauctions.com
July 21-23 PA, Harrisburg. 2300 North
Cameron Street. Mecum Auctions.
Auction Details www.mecum.com
July 23 IA, Lester. Vintage Motorcycles,& Parts, 1954 Survivor Corvette,
Memorabilia & More! The Ageson
Collection. 304 Main St., Lester, Iowa
51242. PH: 507-673-2517 or 605201-7005 (mobile) or email: [email protected]
VanDerBrinkAuctions.com. www.
vanderbrinkauctions.com
July 30 SD, Rapid City. Collector Cars
& Parts- Black Hills Antique Auto
Auction. VanDerBrink Auctions. 10209
Meadow Drive Edgemont, SD 57735.
PH: 507-673-2517 or 605-201-7005
(mobile) or email: [email protected] www.vanderbrinkauctions.com
AUGUST
August 3 IA, Des Moines. 30th Annual Iowa Gas Petroliana-Automobilia
Advertising Collectibles Auction presented by Rich Penn Auctions. Airport
Holiday Inn, 6111 Fleur Drive. 12 noon.
Rich Penn Auctions 319-296-6688.
www.richpennauctions.com
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August 4-6 NV, Reno. Hot August
Nights and Motorsport Auction Group.
Reno-Sparks Convention Center,
4590 South Virginia Street. www.
motorsportauctiongroup.com. PH:
775-997-8885.
August 5-6 IL, Shorewood. 7th Annual
Gone Farmin’ Wayne Greenwood
Collection. 25255 West Black Road.
Mecum Auctions. Auction Details
www.mecum.com
August 6 MN, NW of Wells. Collector
Cars and Parts at Auctyion-Milton
Peterson. 650 3rd St. NW on Hwy. 22.
PH: 507-673-2517 or 605-201-7005.
www.vanderbrinkauctions.com
August 13 WA, Little Creek Resort Shelton/Seattle Area. Silver Auctions 800255-4485. www.silverauctions.com
August 18-20 CA, Monterey. 1 Old Golf
Course Road. Mecum Auctions. Auction Details www.mecum.com
August 20 IA, Marne. 150 Vintage
Motorcycles and More At Auction. 311
4th Street.PH: 507-673-2517 or 605201-7005. www.vanderbrinkauctions.
com.
SEPTEMBER
September 1-4 IN, Auburn. Auburn Fall
Collector Car Auction & Swap Meet.
Auburn Auction Park. PH: 877-9062437. auctionsamerica.com
September 3-4 ID, Sun Valley. Silver
Auctions 800-255-4485. www.silverauctions.com
September 4 IA, Earlham. 300 Vintage
Motorcycles-100 Vintage Snowmobiles At Auction-The Stillman Collection. 311 4th Street.PH: 507-673-2517
or 605-201-7005. www.vanderbrinkauctions.com
September 8-10 KY, Louisville. 937 Phillips Lane. Mecum Auctions. Auction
Details www.mecum.com/auction-detail.cfm?auctionid=LV0916&auction_
type=
September 9-10 MN, Minneapolis. Mystic Lake Casino. Silver Auctions 800255-4485. www.silverauctions.com
September 17 MO, Smithville. Vintage
Fords, Mustangs, Parts, Memorabilia
& More At Auction. The Ken Brownlee
Collection.311 4th Street.PH: 507-6732517 or 605-201-7005. www.vanderwww.oldcarsweekly.com
CALENDAR
Attention Car Show Enthusiasts: We sometimes receive show information that is in error or
changes at a later date. To avoid problems, call ahead to verify times and dates of events listed.
brinkauctions.com
September 23-24 UT, Salt Lake City.
South Towne Expo Center. Classic Car
Auction Group 406-698-7930 or email:
[email protected] www.classiccarauction.us
OCTOBER
October 1 TN, Jackson. The 9th Annual
Mid South Classic Fall Collector Car
Auction, Dealer Connect Auto Auction
Facilities, 50 Fiberglass Rd. JMARK
Classic Auctions LLC, DCAA, Mark
Ward 731-225-6025. www.jmarkclassicauctions.com
October 6-8 MS, Biloxi. Mississippi
Coast Coliseum and Convention Center. Vicari Auction. PH: 504-264-2277.
www.vicariauction.com
October 6-8 IL, Schaumburg. 1551 Thoreau Dr N. Mecum Auctions. Auction
Details www.mecum.com
October 7-8 MO, Girardeau. Fall Collector Car Auction. Smith’s Auction
Company. Show Me Center. PH:
800-200-6030 or www.smithsauctioncompany.com
NOVEMBER
November 2-5 TX, Dallas. 650 S Griffin Street. Mecum Auctions. Auction
Details www.mecum.com
November 5 SC, Hilton Head Island.
Hilton Head Island Auction. Hilton
Head Island. PH: 877-906-2437. auctionsamerica.com
November 11-12 IA, Davenport. 2815 W
Locust Street. Mecum Auctions. Auction Details www.mecum.com
November 12 FL, Panama City Beach.
Emerald Coast Classic Car Auction in
conjunction with the Emerald Coast
Cruizin. Now taking consignments.
Contact Richard Stafford at 470-3135254. www.bidderone.com
November 17-19 CA, Anaheim. 800
West Katella Avenue. Mecum Auctions. Auction Details www.mecum.
com
November 18-19 KY, Smithville. Fall
Collector Car Auction. Smith’s Auction
Company. Expo Center. PH: 800-2006030 or www.smithsauctioncompany.
com
www.oldcarsweekly.com
DECEMBER
December 1-3 MO, Kansas City. 301
West 13th Street. Mecum Auctions.
Auction Details www.mecum.com
CRUISES
YEAR ROUND
Friday Evenings (Year Round Cruisein): MD, Laytonsville. Laytonsville
Cruise-In Members meet in Italian
resturant during poor weather conditions. 6840 Olney-Laytonsville Road,
Laytonsville, MD 20882. 5PM – 8PM.
www.cruisein.us or email [email protected]
verizon.net
Sunday Mornings (Year Round
Cruise-in): Church of the Holy Donut.
This occurs at the intersection of route
198 and route 29, in the parking lot
of the new shopping center. 7AM –
10:00AM. www.cruisein.us or email
[email protected]
Summer event runs April 2nd – Sep
24th (Weather Permitting) 2nd and
4th Saturday Evenings: Golden
Gears Cruise. MD, Frederick. Located
at the Westview Promenade Shopping
Center, Rt. 85, Frederick, MD. 5 PM –
9 PM. Contact: 240-373-1753
April – October PA, Levittown. 2016
Cruise Night. Faith Reformed Church,
Levittown Parkway. Monthly, 2nd Saturday. SH: 6pm-9pm. Admission Free.
Email: [email protected]
COM
2016 VA, South Riding. Every Sunday.
Cars & Coffee. SH: 7am-9am at Dulles
Landing, then cruise to Velocity Wings,
9am-1pm. PH: 703-327-0808.
April 16 thru September 17, IA, Indianola. Indianola Classic Car & Truck
Show and Shine. Held every 3rd Saturday of the month. 1401 N Jefferson
Way (across from Walmart). Contact
Mike 515-771-8966.
Sunday Mornings (Year Round
Cruise-in): Shady Grove Cruisein. MD, Rockville. 16705 Crabbs
Branch Road, Rockville, MD 20855.
9AM – 1PM. www.cruisein.us or email
[email protected]
Every 2nd Wednesday, WI, May 11Sep 14 WI, Albion. Cruise Nights. Rain
or Shine. PH: 608-449-4210.
Sunday Mornings (Year Round
Cruise-in): Potomac Cafe Racers
Cruise-In. MD, Potomac. 10220 River
Road, Potomac, MD 20854. 10AM –
12 NOON. www.cruisein.us or email
[email protected]
Friday Evenings OH, Circleville. May
6-October 7. Round Town Cruisers
Free Cruise-In. 1395 South Court
Street. Rain Date, Following Saturday,
same time. Time: 6pm-9pm. Contact
Steve 614-288-1489. http://roundtowncruisers.org
Summer event runs “April 2nd – Sep
24th (Weather Permitting). Saturday Evenings: Only Cruise-In. MD,
Olney. Fair Hill Shopping Center, RT
108 & Spartan Road, Olney MD .
5PM – 8PM.www.cruisein.us or email
[email protected]
Summer event runs “April 2nd – Sep
24th (Weather Permitting). Saturday
Evenings: Cruisin at Denny’s &
Sweet Frog Frozen Yogurt. MD, Westminster 400 Englar Rd, Westminster,
MD 21157. 5 PM – 8 PM. Contact:
Kirby at Final Touch Detailing 443-5474708
April – Oct(Weather Permitting).1st &
3rd Saturday Evenings: Jimmy Cone
Mt Airy. MD, Mt. Airy. 1312 S Main
St, Mount Airy, MD 2177. 5:30 PM – 9
PM. Contact: (301) 829-6047
First Thursday May-Sep WI, Evansville.
Creekside Cruise Night. Creekside
Place, 102 Maple Street.
May through Sep. WI, Plover. The
Kool-Aid Summer Car Cruise-In. First
Wednesday/month. SH: 6pm-9pm. .
Great Northern Distilling Company, behind the Toyota dealer on County Hwy.
B. PH: 715-344-0751. www.kruizer.
synthasite.com
May through Sep. WI, Stevens Point.
The Kool-Aid Summer Car Cruise-In.
Third Wednesday/month. SH: 6pm9pm. Amber Grille, Stevens Point
Holiday Inn on Hwy. 10 east. PH: 715344-0751. www.kruizer.synthasite.com
May 3 IL, Batavia. Fast Eddie’s Lunch
Time Cruise-In. Every Tuesday. 11am2:30pm. 500 N.Raddant Rd. PH: 630567-2753. www.oldgoldcruisers.com
May 5-Sep 29 NJ, Wayne. Thursdays
with Tri-County Cruisers. Kohls Shop-
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Attention Car Show Enthusiasts: We sometimes receive show information that is in error or
changes at a later date. To avoid problems, call ahead to verify times and dates of events listed.
ping Center, 1800 Route 23 North.
Every Thursday night, (weather permitting.) Email [email protected]tes.com or the cruise hotline
973-882-0330.
May 19 OH, Hartville. Maize Valley Farm
and Winery and Micro Brewery. Every
Thursday Night Cruise. Time: 6pm9pm. PH: 330-877-8344/330-8822453 or email [email protected]
www.topdowndjs.com
May 21-Oct GA, Villa Rica. Third Saturday Cruise-In. The Mill. Start 5pm.
goldencitycruisers.com
May 26 AR, Marshall. Throwback Thursdays. Kenda Drive-In. Boxoffice opens
at 6:30pm and movie starts at 8pm.
As the days get longer, these times will
change.
June 7-August 30 IN, Elkhart. Car/
Truck/Bike Show. Tuesday Nights.
Concord Mall, 3701 South Main
Street. 5pm-8pm. PH 574-875-6502.
www.shopconcordmall.com
JUNE
June-September WI, Bangor. Cruise.
Purple Cow SweetShop & Cafe, 1710
Commercial Street. Contact Ben 608351-9074.
Jun 14-Sep 6 CT, Norwalk. Crusing at
Norwalk’s Calf Pasture Beach. McDonald’s, Rt 7. Every Tuesday Night
6-9pm. Rain Date-Thursday Night.
Contact Nick 203-856-2126.
June 6-August MI, Livonia. Cruise-in for
a Cause. Holy Trinity Lutheran Church,
39020 Five Mile Road. Monday
evenings. SH: 5pm-8pm. No cruise
on July 4. PH: 734-464-0211 or email
[email protected]
June 2-August 25, MA, Stow. Thursday’s Cruise-In/Fly-In. Minute Man Air
Field, 302 Boxboro Road. SH: 5pm8pm. Email [email protected]
www.WingsandWheelsMA.comLonger
version:
June 18 OH, Avon Lake. Inaugural
Cruise-In Car Show. 604 Moore Road.
The event begins at 10am concludes
at 3pm. Rain Date June 19. Admission and parking is free for this public
event.
June 18 GA, Villa Rica. The Golden
City Cruisers. The Mill. Start 5pm and
every third Saturday through October.
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June 25-26 MI, Port Huron. Bluewater
Cruise Weekend. Registration $10 in
advance and $15 day of event. PH:
810-984-4196 or email [email protected] www.bluewatercruiseweekend.com.
June 30 AR, Marshall. Throwback
Thursdays. Kenda Drive-In. Boxoffice
opens at 6:30pm and movie starts at
8pm. As the days get longer, these
times will change.
JULY
July 1 FL, Winter Haven. Show &
Cruise. Time: 4pm-8pm. Free/50-50.
Specialty stores and eateries open
too.
July 1 MI, Manistee. Cruise Night. V.F.W.
Hall, 28th Street. SH: 4pm-8pm.
July 8 LA, Baton Rouge. Cruise. Begins-777 L’Auberge Avenue; Ends1380 Port of New Orleans Place —
Mardi Gras World New Orleans.
July 13-17 NE, Kearney, Cruise Nite
Weekend. Contact Brad Kernick 308440-2941 or email [email protected]
July 15-16 IN, Culver. 33rd Annual
Culver Lake Fest Weekend: Classic
Car Treasure Hunt Cruise & Meet n
Greet. Park Beach. Contact Vernon
Patrick 773-791-7311 or email [email protected] Sign-Up
on Facebook: https://www.facebook.
com/groups/CulverLakeFestCarShow
July 15 IL, South Barrington. Willow
Creek Cruise Night. 67 E. Algonquin
Road. SH: 5pm-8pm. Contact John
224-512-2074 or email [email protected]
willowcreek.org.
July 23 OH, North Canton. Goodyear
Tire Center Annual Car Cruise. Frank
Ave (Near the Strip). SH: 6pm-9pm.
PH: 330 882-2453.
July 23 WA, Shelton. The 4th Annual
Cruise At The Creek Car Show. Little
Creek Casino Resort, 91 West State
Route 108. SH: 10am.
July 28 AR, Marshall. Throwback Thursdays. Kenda Drive-In. Boxoffice opens
at 6:30pm and movie starts at 8pm.
As the days get longer, these times will
change.
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AUGUST
Aug 5 FL, Winter Haven. Show &
Cruise. Time: 4pm-8pm. Free/50-50.
Aug 19 IL, South Barrington. Willow
Creek Cruise Night. 67 E. Algonquin
Road. SH: 5pm-9pm. Contact John
224-512-2074 or email [email protected]
willowcreek.org.
SEPTEMBER
Sep 2 FL, Winter Haven. Show & Cruise.
Time: 4pm-8pm. Free/50-50. Specialty
stores and eateries open too.
Sep 8 OH, Hartville. The Lucky 7 Car
Cruise. Time: 6pm – 9pm. PH: 330882-2453. www.topdowndjs.com.
Sep 16 IL, South Barrington. Willow
Creek Cruise Night. 67 E. Algonquin
Road. SH: 5pm-8 pm. Contact John
224-512-2074 or email [email protected]
willowcreek.org.
Sep 17 OH, Copley. Copley Place Senior Living Cruise. 528 Rothrock Road,
(just past Best Buy and Cracker Barrel). Time: 1pm – 4pm. PH: 330-8822453. www.topdowndjs.com
OCTOBER
Oct 1st – March 19th Saturday Mornings: Cars N Coffee Olney. MD,
Olney. 3425 Emory Church Road,
Olney, MD 20832. 8AM – 10AM. www.
cruisein.us or email [email protected]
net
Oct 7 FL, Winter Haven. Show & Cruise.
Time: 4pm-8pm. Free/50-50. Specialty
stores and eateries open too.
Oct 14-16 OK, Wilburton. 30th Annual
Robbers Cave Fall Foliage Cruise/
Lawn Chair Nationals. Robbers Cave
State Park, along the shores of Lake
Carlton in the San Bois Mountains.
Oct 25-30 VA, Hot Springs. Mountain
Mille. The Homestead. SP: Rich &
Jean Taylor. Vintage Rallies, 80 Jackson Hill Rd., Sharon, CT, 06069. PH:
800- 645-6069 or www.vintagerallies.
com.
Oct 30 NY, Bayville. New York Autofest
Midsummer Night’s Dream Cruise.
Ransom Beach, 11 Bayville Ave. www.
nyautofest.com
NOVEMBER
Nov 4 FL, Winter Haven. Show &
Cruise. Time: 4pm-8pm. Free/50-50.
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