Downtown Alameda’s Classic Car Show Revs Up Park Street

2015 Downtown Alameda Classic Car ShowGet Ready! Get set! Downtown Alameda’s 22nd Annual Classic Car Show takes place on Saturday, October 10. The free one-day event runs from 10:00am to 4:00pm and is fun for everyone.

Cars of every description will line up along Park Street, from Encinal Ave to Buena Vista Ave — antique roadsters, coupes, hot rods, muscle cars, and much more. Entertainment and prizes will be available and DJs will be spinning oldies from the ’50s and the ’60s.

Enjoy over 400 classic vehicles on display as you meander through Alameda’s historic downtown district. Most of the cars come from the magical decades of the ’50s and the ’60s. You can also expect to see plenty of muscle cars from the ’70s, along with vintage beauties from the ’30s and ’40s.

The Wounded Warrior Project will have a booth to sell raffle tickets for a drawing being held on January 1, 2016. The grand prize is a 50th anniversary Shelby Cobra. You’ll find the Wounded Warrior booth and car located in front of Capone’s Speakeasy.

Downtown Alameda’s Annual Classic Car Show is one of the best car shows in the Bay Area. A national representative of the Mustang Club of America has described the Downtown Alameda Classic Car Show as “the best that he has ever seen.” 

We’d like to thank our organizers for their incredible dedication to the show. Downtown Alameda’s Annual Classic Car Show is hosted by the Crankers Car Club each year and is sponsored in part by Lee Auto Supply (1525 Park Street), Alameda Collision Repair (1911 Park Street), and Ole’s Waffle Shop (1507 Park Street) . Without their help, this annual event would never get off the ground.

Downtown Alameda Classic Car Show on Park StreetPre-registration for Downtown Alameda’s Classic Car Show is currently closed but a handful of spots usually become available on the day of the show. These spots are re-assigned on a first-come basis. To get on the wait list, you’ll need to check in at the corner of Park Street and Lincoln Ave at 7:00am. The event is open to 1976 and older cars, trucks, and classics.

Official event page: www.DowntownAlameda.com/Classic-Car-Show

More Things To Do During the Classic Car Show

Downtown Alameda’s 22nd Annual Classic Car Show has a lot to offer! In addition to the cars and entertainment, many of the businesses in Downtown Alameda will be open for business. Explore the unique assortment of shops and enjoy the tasty fare of our fabulous eateries. There have been many new places that have opened up this year and you just might find a new favorite.

You might also want to take time out to play a game or two at Subpar Miniature Golf (1511 Park Street) and High Scores Arcade Museum (1414 Park Street), or catch the latest blockbuster movie at the art-deco style Alameda Theatre & Cineplex (2317 Central Ave).

Downtown Alameda Classic Car ShowGetting to the Classic Car Show

Parking: Parking is available in the Civic Center Garage (1416 Oak Street) and nearby parking lots for a small fee. Street parking is also available in the surrounding area.

Bikes: Free secure bike valet will be provided at Alameda Bicycle (1522 Park Street).

Public Transit: AC Transit serves Downtown Alameda via lines 51A, 20, and 21 with connections from Fruitvale BART.

 

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You’ll always find great food & drink establishments, charming shops, friendly services, and fun things to do in Downtown Alameda! To learn more about the businesses and events in Downtown Alameda, visit www.DowntownAlameda.com.

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