Registration now open for foreign car show
May 21, 2013
The Sierra Sports Car Group, United Way of Nevada County and the Nevada City Chamber of Commerce are proud to announce the third annual Nevada City Foreign Car Show. This car show is a collaborative effort among the three groups. The event will be from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 8 in downtown Nevada City. Foreign car and motorcycle enthusiasts may enter their vehicles now. The entry will be limited to cars manufactured in 1982 and older, including vintage motorcycles. There will be a special category for cars of special interest, such as race cars and exotics. This is a great opportunity to display your special collectible car, such as a 2000 Lamborghini or 1997 Maserati.
In addition, there will be a wine stroll, a pub crawl, music and kids' activities in downtown Nevada City. The car show is free. Cars will be parked for public viewing along Broad Street in Nevada City. The proceeds will go to the United Way of Nevada County and the Chamber of Commerce to help support community efforts in our area.
Registration forms are available at http://uwnc.org, the Sierra Sports Car Group at http://sierrasportscargroup.com or by calling United Way of Nevada County at 530-274-8111. For information on the Nevada City Chamber of Commerce, visit http://nevadacitychamber.com or call 530-265-2692.
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