Classic Car Show comes to the Ranch for 18th year

Event will be on different schedule from years past

Posted 5/19/18

Mark your calendars, car enthusiasts. The 18th annual Highlands Ranch Classic Car Show is around the corner. Sponsored by the Highlands Ranch Cultural Affairs Association, this year the event takes …

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Classic Car Show comes to the Ranch for 18th year

Event will be on different schedule from years past

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Mark your calendars, car enthusiasts. The 18th annual Highlands Ranch Classic Car Show is around the corner.

Sponsored by the Highlands Ranch Cultural Affairs Association, this year the event takes place on June 9 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the east parking lot of Cherry Hills Community Church, 3900 Grace Blvd. The car show had been held later in June in the past.

Members of the local car club, the Highlands Ranch Hot Rodders, will showcase their one-of-a-kind makes and models. The variety will include sports cars, European cars, muscle cars, trucks and motorcycles from as early as the 1920s.

“With over 200 classic, vintage and late model vehicles — some in original condition, some fully restored, and some that have been super specialized — every attendee will find a vehicle that will spark a memory, or one to go on their bucket list,” said Jamie Noebel, director of community relations and events at the Highlands Ranch Community Association. “We love bringing this show to our community each year. It is truly a great event for all ages.”

All are invited to the free event.

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