Sloan Museum Auto Fair is presented by Genisys Credit Union. Next year, the show is June 23 & 24, 2018.

Thank you for coming to the 2017 Show. Check out who won awards.

Vehicle Registration Gates open at 7am both days.
Visitor/Public Gates are open on Saturday 9am to 5pm and Sunday 9am to 3pm.
Treasures in the Meadows gate will be open Friday 4-7PM, and Saturday and Sunday at 6AM
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The 46th Sloan Museum Auto Fair (SMAF) is almost here! This annual fundraising event will take place June 23-24, 2018. The show is made possible because of people like you who attend and care about vehicles and Flint history. More than ever before, we need your support this year. Over the last 45 years, Sloan Museum Auto Fair has contributed more than $250,000 for the acquisition, restoration, and maintenance of Sloan Museum’s important collection of vehicles and the automobile archives that are significant to Flint. The only way this was possible is through your continued support of vehicle registrations, volunteering, admission tickets, and all levels of sponsorships. As Sloan Museum begins to dream of a new facility, it’s important to have your support of the show to keep our automobile history at the forefront of the displays. Please send in your vehicle registration or become a sponsor today.

During the Auto Fair, Sloan Museum and Buick Gallery will be open to all participants and spectators. It's a great opportunity to enjoy rare collectable cars, take pictures, videos, and learn about Flint's historic role in the automotive industry. Car enthusiasts of all ages, vendors, and sponsors will want to be a part of this annual celebration of automobiles! All proceeds from the show go to restoring, acquiring and maintenance for the Sloan Museum auto collection and archives.

The newest addition to Sloan Museum’s automotive collection will be on display during Auto Fair at Buick Gallery. On October 12, 2016, the museum picked up a 1963 Chevrolet Corvette, bringing the total number of vehicles in the automotive collection to 103. 1963 marked the first major redesign of “America’s Sports Car” and the new Corvette (assembled in St. Louis) was smaller, lower, lighter, and more aggressive, featuring a Flint-built 340 horsepower, 327 cid V-8 and a 4-speed transmission. 1963 also marked the first year a Corvette coupe was available, and the only year for the “split rear window” that has become the Stingray’s hallmark.

Awards for 2018 will include Best GM-original, Best GM-modified, Best Ford-original, Best Ford-modified, Best Mopar-original, Best Mopar-modified, Best RatRod, Best Truck, Best Lowrider, Best Foreign, Best Orphan, Best Youth-Owned, Best Woman-Owned, Best Paint, Best Interior, Best Engine, Best Millennium (2000 or newer), 3 Military Awards, and the Top 25. In addition, there will be awards for One Fine Ride (Judges’ Choice), the Best of Show Original-Restored, the Best of Show Original, the Best of Show-Modified, and the Executive Director’s award for Best of Show. Only judged vehicles are eligible for awards.

Our special displays are a great attraction. Sloan Museum Auto Fair is proud to celebrate station wagons and tractors. Applewood Estate will also host a display featuring Corvair vehicles. Finally, we will showcase the very popular Police Car display again this year.

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Universal EMS will be on site as our emergency responders.

Congratulations to our 2017 Best in Show Winners!

Best of Show-Executive Director Award 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air 2 door hardtop owned by Bob Brotebeck
Robert Sovis Founder Award (Best of Show-Original) 1969 Pontiac Firebird 350 Convertible owned by george Farley
Best of Show-Original-Restored 1973 Dodge Challenger owned by Tom Waiche
Best of Show-Modified 1941 Ford Willys Coupe owned by Craig Morris
Click here for the list of 2017 Awards and Top 25 Winners!

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