The Restored Rusty Relics automobile club of New Jersey is now, for the first time, taking on-line pre-registrations for its annual show — the 40th annual show.
The Relics attract around 400 classic cars per year, with a floating “25 years or older” requirement which means that, this year, the 1993s are welcome. Cars from 1927 or earlier can pre-register for free. 2018 brings more trophy classes, but the show is in the same place as the last two years — at Bergen Community College in Paramus. It runs from 8 am through 3 pm. [Link]
Motorcycles are welcome at the show. There will be food and drinks and a DJ. Spectator admission is $5 (for the first time, spectators can come in for $10/car.)
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