Classic Car and Truck Show Sept. 28 | Pierce County News

Pierce County Parks and Recreation will hold the 11th annual Hi-Tech Collision Classic Car & Truck Show at Sprinker Recreation Center on Saturday, Sept. 28.

Pierce County Parks and Recreation will hold the 11th annual Hi-Tech Collision Classic Car & Truck Show at Sprinker Recreation Center on Saturday, Sept. 28.

Hours for the free spectator event are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. More than 500 classic cars and trucks are anticipated to be on display.

“This year we’re excited to welcome back our title sponsor, Hi-Tech Collision,” said Becca Boyle, event coordinator at Sprinker Recreation Center. “We will also feature a pirate theme, and we’re inviting staff, spectators and participants to join in the festivities with their pirate-inspired attire! Lady Luck Steakhouse Saloon will provide the Caribbean Island barbeque luncheon. It’s sure to be a great afternoon in the park with family, friends, and classic car enthusiasts. Everyone is invited, so join us, rain or shine.”

Sound EFX’s Cory Kolilis returns to MC the show, which also features car-related vendors, an espresso cart, prize give-aways, and more.

Pre-register your classic car or truck (pre-1985 models) by Sept. 22 for only $15 or day-of-show registration will be available for $20. Souvenir T-shirts may be pre-ordered by Sept. 22 with your entry for just $10.

To register call Sprinker Recreation Center at 253-798-4000. Day-of-event registration for participants begins at 7 a.m. followed by judging at 11:30 a.m. and the award presentation at 2 p.m. Dash plaques and goodie bags are included for the first 300 entries – the first 100 will also receive an (on-site) Caribbean luncheon ticket. Gates open for spectators at 10 a.m. with free admission for all ages.

For more information, call Becca Boyle, 253-798-4056, or Mark Richards, 253-798-4030.

 

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