CLEARFIELD – The 38th annual Central Mountains Region Antique and Custom Auto Show will be held Sunday at the Clearfield County Fairgrounds, rain or shine.
Car show participant registration is $5. Admission and parking is free to the public.
Entertainment will be provided by Tim Winters Enterprises. There will be food vendors and an indoor and outdoor flea market in the fairgrounds.
Vintage antique, classic and muscle cars, custom and modified cars and trucks and motorcycles and other vehicles will compete for trophies in 19 classes. This year, it’ll be a judged car show.
All vehicles must have a working fire extinguisher to be judged, and there will be a number of participation awards given to car owners. These trophies will be sponsored by CJR Hobbies Classic Car Service and Appraisals.
Car registration will be open from 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Trophy presentations will begin at 3:30 p.m. There will be a 50/50 and numerous drawings for door prizes.
In addition to class trophies, the following special trophies will be awarded the President’s Trophy, the Longest Distance Award, the Mayor’s Trophy, the A.J. Ross Sr. Memorial Post War Vehicle Award given by Charles and JoAnn Ross, the Frank Rumfola Memorial All-Modified Truck Award, the Dotts Motor Co. Best Ford of the Show Award, the Starr Hill Winery & Vineyard Award and the Best of Show Award.
The owners of the first 150 registered vehicles will each receive a dash plaque.
For more information, contact Penny White at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 814-761-0326.