Antique, Classic & Special Interest Car Show

The Antique, Classic and Special Interest Car Show has been a popular feature of our event for 47 years. Last year, more than 100 vehicles participated and we expect a similar number this year.

The car show is generally viewed by the public from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., though many cars do remain on-site long after that. Feel free to leave your car on display while enjoying the festivities. Car show entrants are encouraged to show up between 7 and 9 a.m.

What makes this show unique is the mix of vehicles that participate: from hot rods to foreign cars, antiques to military vehicles, stock classics to customs and race cars, mint condition to project vehicles – you name it.

Classic tunes including surfer music will be provided by Glenn K Music, a favorite DJ of regional car shows.

The show is located in downtown Winslow on Bjune Drive in the parking lots behind Columbia Bank and Chase Bank.

Entry fee is only $20 per car. Entry forms are available here (PDF).

Preferred entry deadline is 4:00 pm Thursday, June 30, though drive-ups on the day of the show are gladly accepted. Space is limited, so please register early! (Pre-registering reduces wait times at the registration table and ensures your spot.)

Make sure you keep your copy of the map showing the route into the show, as morning activities on the 4th in Winslow require several street closures.

Judging will have several fun and friendly categories. The viewing public will get a chance to vote for their favorite vehicle as well. Eight custom-welded artistic trophies (which were a big hit last year) will be presented to the winners around noon. (Thanks to Dick and Aaron Strom of Modern Collision Rebuild for those!)

Hope to see you and your classic ride at the show!

2016 Winners

FAVORITE TRUCK:

Rob & Kathy Connelly of Bainbridge Island

1946 Chevy Pickup

 

FAVORITE PRE-1960:

Walt Johnsen of Bainbridge Island

1957 Lincoln Mark II

 

MOST STOCK OR CORRECT:

William Fortier of Poulsbo

1930 Ford Model A Cabriolet

 

MOST UNLIKELY TO WIN AN AWARD:

Ron Ellingson of Poulsbo

1929 Ford Model A Sedan “Rat Rod”

 

SPIRIT OF THE HOBBY AWARD:

Dale Panteleeff of Bainbridge Island

1956 Chevy Bel Air 2-dr

 

PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD:

Tom & Raquel Sauber of Kirkland

1955 Chevy Bel Air Convertible