TPV Veterans Appreciation Car Show takes place Nov. 7

The Town of Paradise Valley will host the 11th Annual Paradise Valley Veterans Appreciation Vintage Car Show on Nov. 7.

Vintage car show

The Town invites neighbors and friends to take those collector cars out of their garages and drive them over to Town Hall.

The objective of the show is for Paradise Valley residents, young and old, to come to Town Hall and meet their neighbors and enjoy these wonderful old vintage automobiles.

Cars are shown from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., then driven, with the help of  police and police volunteers, to El Chorro Lodge for a no-host lunch.

No judging of cars, no trophies; just good camaraderie.  Organizers request that each entrant donate $50 to a designated charity.

This year the event has elected to donate all proceeds and contributions from the show to the The Sentinels of Freedom and the Military Assistance Mission; both nonprofits, supporting Arizona military.

Viewing the 130-plus automobiles is always a treat, but to be able to see them running, making the various noises that are emitted from these wonderful machines, is an adventure.

All cars are pre-1975, and include cars from the Brass Era, Classics from the Pre-War Era, vintage European and American Sports cars, 50’s chrome beauties, Muscle Cars from the 1960s, Hot Rods and motorcycles.

Grandparents, moms and dads and especially the kids will have a wonderful time admiring the kenetic art represented by generations of automobiles.

We invite you to come to Town Hall Saturday morning, Nov. 7 and participate in this classic automotive celebration. If you would like, grab a lawn chair and settle in along the Tour Route that begins at Town Hall at 11:30 and let the car show come to you.

Editor’s note: Ed Winkler is chairman of this year’s Veterans Appreciation Vintage Car Show.


Vintage car show map

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