‘Classic Auto Show’ to Feature Over 2,000 Rides from 80 SoCal Car Clubs
Slated for March 16-17, fest will feature rare vintage Fords and a ’40 Shades of Green’ collection to commemorate St. Patrick’s Day.
More than 2,000 vintage vehicles and special displays by 80 Southern California car clubs, collectors, and automotive museums from Ventura to San Diego will highlight the third annual Classic Auto Show, taking place March 16-17 at the Orange County Fair & Event Center.
Showcasing the best of all types of classics from antiques and pre/post-war to the hot rods, muscle cars, lowriders, and Japanese imports that personify Southern California’s iconic car culture, the two-day festival will feature an all-new “40 Shades of Green” collection to commemorate St. Patrick’s Day. The show will also be highlighted by the popular Grand Boulevard, a stunning display of the finest and rarest classic and historic vehicles from all eras.
Automotive celebrities and dignitaries including Dave Kindig, Wayne Carini, Mark Worman, Mike Finnegan, Bogi Lateiner, and Lyn St. James will make special appearances at the Classic Auto Show’s Celebrity Stage. In addition, a dedicated marketplace with more than 200 exhibitors will offer show-goers a first-hand look at the latest parts, products, and services.