Classic Car Show seeks applicants
Event will be on Aug. 26
July 28, 2017
The Wasatch Mountain Jaguar Register is sponsoring the 2017 Park City Classic Car Show on Aug. 26.
Car owners are encouraged to apply to enter their classic cars into the show that will be shown at Lower Main Street from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Applications can be obtained by visiting: http://www.cs.utah.edu/~gary/WMJR/2017/PC-8-17/application.pdf
Car owners should fill them out and send the form and check for $30, payable to WMJR, to: Jim Revel, 2040 Mahre Drive, Park City, Utah, 84098.
Other car club members and past participants have been invited, so the sooner car owners submit applications the better, because space is limited to the first 70 cars that register.
Admission to the Park City Classic Car Show is free and open to the public.
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The event is primarily focused on classic and vintage British and European cars, but will also include original American examples and newer British and European exotic supercars. The show does not feature muscle cars or hotrods.
Attendees will get a chance to vote for their favorite car. A People's Choice Award, and various Best of Class and Class runner up trophies will also be handed out.
Approved cars must be in place between 8:30-9:30 a.m. on lower Main Street. The award ceremony will begin at 2 p.m., and all cars will have to vacate the street or pay to park parallel by 3 p.m., or risk being ticketed or towed as enforced by Park City.
Any applicant or registered Park City Classic Car Show guest who would be willing to volunteer for one hour of assigned traffic control time will be greatly appreciated.
The Park City Classic Car Show has up to 32 hours of assigned volunteer time that needs to be filled.
For information, call 435-640-3347 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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