Every month on the third Saturday. Hosted by the duPont Registry, and held at their Headquarters, it’s a free monthly informal gathering of Tampa Bay’s classic, luxury and exotic car enthusiasts. Arrive early for good parking spaces!
Hosted by the Suncoast Mustang Club. This show is for any Mustang, Shelby or Shelby Cobra, Ford, Mercury, Lincoln, or Ford Powered Car or Truck – whether in show condition or still a “work in progress.” All show vehicles must be Ford powered. Registration 8-10am, judging 10:30am to 2:30pm, prizes and awards 3pm. Only pre-registered cars for $25 before March 9 will be judged. Day of show participant only is $10 but with no judging.(includes Work In Progress). Vendor space $25. Registration form HERE.
Music, car show and pioneer fiber arts guild all going on the same day. Don’t forget the Sugarmill’s famous pancakes! Take a boat tour with Capt Frank (58 minutes) down the spring. Car show participants $2 registration fee applies to a Friends of DSSP membership which allows holder to 12 free entries to this park per year. A $15 to $30 membership value. Plus no entry State Park fee for this event. (a $6 value) Sit out under majestic oaks and plenty of shaded area! Listen to live music all day. If you have special needs and accessibility concerns call the park office 386-985-4212
Hosted by Bizzy Bees Events. Proceeds will benefit the Buckingham Community Church. Open to all years, makes, and models of vehicles. Music, 50/50, shopping and food vendors. Registration 9-11am, judging 11am-1pm, awards 1:30pm.
Every month on the third Saturday. Tom’s Traveling Tunes will entertain everyone with great music, trivia and door prizes. Trophies will be awarded to five Top Choice entries. And it’s all free to registrants and spectators! Don’t forget we have a superb diner serving breakfast and lunch from 8am to 4pm. Check out the daily special or cool off with an old fashioned ice cream sundae.
Open to all years, makes and models. 54 classes, 2 Best of Show for each class and 16 overall Best of Show by division. Club participation $100 plus trophy (10 member minimum). Dash plaques to the first 100 vehicles registered. Music, 50/50, vendors, and silent auction. Food and drink available. Registration is 9am-12pm, judging begins at 12pm, awards around 3pm. Rain or shine.
With over 100,000 square feet reserved for vendor area and several class rooms for the event, the new venue took Detail Fest to the next level and offered a unique opportunity for car enthusiasts from around the globe to gather and celebrate their shared passion for cars. Detail Fest is open to the public and will feature car shows, product demonstrations, mini-detailing classes, food vendors and live entertainment. Detail Fest provides a chance for fans and professionals alike to meet industry insiders and celebrities in a fun and casual setting. Each year, awareness of Detail Fest grows and AutoGeek anticipates a record number of participants and spectators this year. 15 trophies will be awarded in 5 different categories. This event is inside, please read the guidelines on the website. Car show registration is 1-day $25 or 2-day $25. General admission 1-day $10, 2-day $15. Children under 15 free.
Every month on the third Saturday. Produced by Art of Speed Auto Events, the creators of Cars & Coffee Palm Beach. This is Delray’s newest automotive hot spot. Open to all makes, models and vintages. FREE coffee for all patrons, indoor & outdoor vendors, music, food & beverages, and beer & wine. Top 10 and Best of Show awards. Contact Lana (703) 606-4776 for vendor opportunities.
Presented by the Hillsborough Fire Museum Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization. All proceeds will go towards refurbishing a historically significant fire truck for the museum. Goodie bags and dash plaques for the first 50 registered vehicles. Trophies for the Top 20, the Best Motorcycle and Best in Show. Food and soft drinks will be available, DJ music, and 50/50. Pre-registration is $15 before March 1, day of show is $20. Registration is open from 8-10am, awards at 2pm.
Open to all years, makes and models of classics, special interest, hot rods, motorcycles, trucks and Jeeps. Clubs welcome. There will be two $50 cash drawings from pre-registered entrants only with over $1000 worth of prizes and trophies to be awarded. Hourly special drawings for entrants. Prize for best of show for wearing “green.” Door prizes, 50/50, FREE food and music with a variety of craft vendor booths will be available. Car show registration and sponsor set-up 8-10am (car clubs and groups with multiple cars MUST arrive by 8:30am to be parked together). Cars must be registered by 10am to be judged. Awards ceremony at 1:30pm. Registration is FREE with one canned food item that will be donated to a local food pantry. No admission charge for spectators.
The residents at the nursing center get excited at the beginning of each year about the car show, and why not they are the judges of the event. Each year it get bigger and bigger. There will be food and drinks, music, raffles, goody bags to every paid entry and dash plaques to the first 25 registered vehicles.
Presented by Russ G Events and European Autobody Inc. All car clubs and vehicles welcome. Hospitality (8:30am-10:30am) provided by Polynesian Proud Productions (Free coffee, doughnuts, bagels, snacks, water to car show participants). Dash plaques to the 1st 100 registered. Great trophies and awards to the Top 25, Club Participation Award & $100 Cash, People’s Choice Award, Century Village Top Pick Award, and Best of Show Award. Registration opens at 8:30am, closes at noon, award presentation at 1:30pm. Early registration is suggested. Plenty of show field parking. Door prizes, raffles, DJ Angel playing your favorite hits of the 50’s-70’s, giveaways and more…
Vero Beach’s oldest and largest car show will celebrate its 41st anniversary under the magnificent oak tress at Riverside Park. Hosted by The Indian River Region of the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA). Approximately 300 cars are expected to be on display. The show is free to the public with plenty of free parking available. Same day registration starts at 8 a.m. and ends promptly at 11 a.m. All antique, classic, prestige, foreign, special interest, commercial and modified vehicles are welcome to register for the one-day show. Dash plaques will be given to the first 300 registered vehicles. Vehicles will be judged and trophies will be awarded in 15 classes. The show also features a flea market, a food court, and a specified area car corral for buying or selling collector cars. The local Antique Auto Club is, once again, partnering with the U.S. Postal Service to collect food to help “Drive Out Hunger” in Indian River County. Those attending are asked to bring a non-perishable food item to the show in support of this worthy cause.
This inaugural car show is a fund-raiser to send youth to summer camp. All vehicles welcome. Awards given in categories of: 1990’s to present; 70’s – 80’s; 50’s -60’s; 1949 – earlier; Best of Show. Food and family attractions as well. Spectators are free.
This energized dining concept offers affordable, high quality American comfort food and a broad selection of international and craft brews all centered around Rock n Roll. All years, makes and models welcome. Music by DJ Don from Cruisin Orlando.
Open to all years, makes and models. This event will feature 10 classes, with 25+ trophies, door prizes, and more. Registration starts at 12:30 pm, Showtime between 2:00 pm and 5:00 pm. Judging will start at approx. 2:30 pm. This event is part of the annual Lehigh Spring Festival, which features live entertainment, beer tent and beer garden, carnival rides and games, food, drinks, and much, much more. Register early, save and guarantee yourself and your show car a spot in our 2018 event.
Every Saturday. Old Town is home to one America’s longest running weekly car show and cruise, the Saturday Nite Car Cruise. Every Saturday, we invite show-quality 1987 and older hot rods, street rods, and antiques to join us along Trophy Row and around the property showing off these classic beauties. Cars start arriving at 1:00pm and drive down Old Town’s brick-paved Main Street at 8:30pm. Join us every Saturday and take a trip down memory lane. Weekly cash prizes, drawings and giveaways for our cruisers. Free live entertainment on Trophy Row Stage beginning at 7:00pm.
There will be food, beer and wine, plus awards for the best show vehicles as well as raffles for some fantastic gifts. This is a free event and open to all show vehicles. Music by DJ Don from Cruisin Orlando and the Mosquitos playing live after 7pm.
Every month on the third Saturday. Havana (Florida, not Cuba) invites antique and classic cars to a monthly cruise-in held in historic downtown. Located 1 block off US 27, 12 miles north of I-10. Enjoy shops and cafes. Pet-friendly. Sponsored by Havana Main Street Program.
Every month on the third Saturday. No fee to register your car. Live Band on the patio. 11 trophies awarded at 8PM including Peoples Choice, Bands Choice, Kilt Girls Choice and Top Cruiser. Great food and fun. Special trophies for years 2000 and newer including Best GM Modern Muscle, Best Mopar Modern Muscle, Best Ford Modern Muscle. Hosted by the Ocala Street Cruisers. Reserved parking for show cars and all special interest cars welcome.
Every month on the third Saturday. Hosted by the St. Augustine Cruisers. Classics and street rods on display. Door prizes, 50/50, Rick’s Pick Trophy and Oldies (music that is). Come and enjoy the nostalgia and these beautiful rides of yesteryear! Food court and rest rooms available in the mall.
Every month on the third Saturday. Hosted by the PBC Classics Car Club. All makes and models welcome, totally FREE show. 10% off in restaurant and bar for cruisers, as well as happy hour and dinner specials.
Every Saturday. Hosted by the Panhandle Cruisers. The show is located on the east end of the Virginia College parking lot in the Nine Mile Plaza. We have cars, music and friendly folks of all ages. A 50/50 drawing is held every month. The Panhandle Cruiser Car Club Inc. is a not profit corporation and we are founded on the principles of encouraging restoration, repair, or modification of special interest vehicles.