The Algoma Car Show rescheduled for this Saturday

A month later than originally scheduled, the Algoma Car Show will hope Mother Nature cooperates and 17 different classes of show cars, trucks and motorcycles will be judged this Saturday.  The 19th annual event will be held in downtown Algoma starting with registration at 7:30.  An Armed Forces Day Salute for veterans is planned for 11:30 am.  Jim Rabas, a member of the Community Improvement of Algoma, says the show will bring in people from all over the state to participate.



Early cars from the 1900s will be featured as well as vintage, classic and late model vehicles.  Trophies will be announced at 2:30 pm.  You can find more information on the Algoma Car Show below.


(Photo courtesy of Community Improvement of Algoma) 




Due to the rainy weather in the forecast for May 18, 2019, the date has been changed to June 22, 2019.
This annual car show features 17 classes of quality show cars and motorcycles in Downtown Algoma. Enjoy food, drink, music and a special Armed Forces Day Salute by local service veterans.  Free entry for spectators.
7:30-11:30 a.m: Participant registration at Hotel Stebbins. Participant registration fee is $10.
11:30 a.m: Armed Forces Day Salute
11:30 a.m:  Judging begins
2:30pm: Trophies awarded. Top three in each car/truck category get a trophy. Motorcycle is 1st place only.
A – Early Cars, 1900-1931
B – Vintage Cars, 1932 – 1948
C – Classic Cars, 1949-1960
D – Classic Cars, 1961-1971
E – Classic Cars, 1973-1985
F – Late Model Cars, 1986 & up
G – Muscle Cars, 1961-1972
H – Street Rods, 1934 & older
I –  Street Rods, 1935 & newer
J – Corvettes, All years
K – Convertibles, All years
L – Foreign, All years
M – Vintage, 1966 & older
N – Modern, 1967-1985
O – Late Model, 1986 & newer
1 – Stock, All years
2 – Custom All years
Additional Awards
Special Interest and Best of Show
Come see classic and collector cars, trucks, and motorcycles displayed on Algoma’s Steele Street.  The Algoma Fire Department sells food & refreshments.
The show is sponsored by Community Improvement of Algoma.

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