California's Classic Auto Show 2019 date announced
After Chicago's first Classic Auto Show next month comes the next CAS event on the west coast: the 2019 Classic Auto Show in March 2019
The date for the third annual Classic Auto Show (CAS) in 2019, an accompaniment to next month's new Chiacgo CAS event, has been revealed.
On March 16-17, a collection of over 1800 classic cars and 80 car clubs from California will congregate in the Orange County Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa, Southern California. The show is taking place in a brand new location and timescale, having previously been held in the Los Angeles Convention Center over three days, and will be similar to the format of previous CAS events.
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Returning features of the show include the popular Grand Boulevard, the show's answer to to a Concours d’Elegance, which will provide show-goers with a display of the finest and rarest classic and historic vehicles from all eras. The Celebrity Stage will also return, featuring well-known celebrities in the automotive world, and an expansion of the vehicle restoration hands-on demo stages for showgoers that proved popular this year.
For attendees looking for the latest parts, products, and services for their classic vehicles, the show will also have a dedicated marketplace with more than 200 exhibitors and sponsors. The large outdoor facility will contain an 'Auto Swap' area where difficult to find car parts are traded.
This year's show had a 'Women n' Wheels' showcase feature, which was headlined by Lyn St James, one of only nine women to have ever qualified for the Indianapolis 500.
Tickets for the 2019 Classic Auto Show go on sale in September this year. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.TheClassicAutoShow.com.
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