Third Camelback Vintage Motor Show is March 28 at Camelback Bible Church in Paradise Valley -EVENT Has Been MOVED to October Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19)
The third Camelback Vintage Motor Show is Saturday, March 28, 3–6 p.m., at Camelback Bible Church, 3900 East Stanford Drive, just across from Phoenix Country Day School in Paradise Valley, Arizona.
The event is limited to 125 cars, foreign and domestic, built 1985 and before, and the $25 vehicle Entry Fee will be donated to Hope Women’s Center, which will manage the registration booth. Founded by Tammy Abernathy, the Center has five locations in the Valley to assist abused women and their children.
General admission for the public is free.
“Since its debut last April, the Camelback Vintage Motor Show brings cars, car lovers and the community together,” says the event’s founder, Valley businessman West Kenyon. “We have developed it to share the rich history of these great works of rolling art with the Valley and to bring renewed hope to a segment of our community that is often unseen and unheard: abused women and children.”
A Best of Show as well as second- and third-place awards will be given.
The collector car insurance provider, Hagerty Insurance Agency LLC, returns as the lead sponsor of the event. The company will have a booth where visitors will be greeted.
“Hagerty is proud to partner with the Camelback Motor Show for the upcoming spring event. This event brings exceptional cars to the community and supports great local charities,” says Sam Power, regional territory manager – Arizona, for, the Traverse City, Michigan-based company.
Costco is a new sponsor for the third show, and returning sponsors Camelback Bible Church and Highline Autos magazine will also have booths.
“The Southwest’s premier car magazine is again proud to be involved with the Camelback Vintage Motor Show,” says Brian Graff, founder and owner of the Scottsdale-based publication. “Please join us for an afternoon of great cars, meeting with fellow car lovers and, we hope, our warm Arizona sunshine.”
Kenyon adds: “The backdrop of one of the Valley’s landmarks, majestic Camelback Mountain. And, thanks to our gracious host, Camelback Bible Church, for once again opening their beautiful campus for our show.”