What can we do at Auto Fair?

Cruise In Information: More information soon for the 2023 show. There will not be an organized cruise, simply show up and meet other Auto Fair registrants. This event is from 5:00-8:00pm. Enjoy music, food, and lots of vehicles!

Fun for the kids: Again this year, we will have the Model Car Make and Take. Youngsters aged 11 and under will be able to make their own model vehicle. We will also have bounce houses, coloring contest, chalk drawing, and more! We will also have our Children’s Choice Award – kids 15 and younger will get to vote on their favorite vehicle! They will simply put the registration number of the vehicle they like best. The vehicle with the most votes, wins!

Food: There will be food trucks and other food vendors on the grounds during the event.

Spectator details: Saturday’s general admission hours are 9 am till 5 pm, Sundays hours are 9 am till 3 pm. Show admission prices are adults 12 and up $7.00, children 11 and under are free.

In an effort to assure the safety and security of our event, State and CDC guidelines in regard to masks, attendance inside buildings and social distancing will be followed. All patrons should self-monitor and make themselves aware of mandates, laws, and recommendations in effect at the time of the show. Sanitizer will be available thru out the event area.

Special Displays

Celebration of Transportation
This special display showcases what the Auto Fair is all about.  Our show is a celebration of all types of motorized vehicles – cars, trucks, tractors, motorcycles, modified, originals, restored, street rods, rat rods, race cars, old ones, new ones, shiny ones, fancy ones, and even plain ones. If it has a motor and wheels we welcome you!

Vintage Motorcycles
Our vintage motorcycle display will be feature a variety of bikes, starting with one from the 1930’s through the late 70’s.

1953 Chassis #003 Cutaway Corvette
Ed and Teresa Foss of Roanoke, Ind., owners of the 1953 Corvette Chassis #003 (the earliest existing Corvette chassis) donated their educational cutaway utilizing the chassis to the  National Corvette Museum. The fully functional vehicle was built explicitly for educational and display purposes and shows the inner workings of a 1953. The project was more than two years in the making by noted Corvette restorer Kevin Mackay and his staff at Corvette Repair in Valley Stream, N.Y.

1982 GMC Upside Down Van
This special display was such a hit last summer, we’ve brought it back again this year! Thanks to some creative customization, the 1985 GMC Rally van appears to be driving upside-down and backward. The body of the van was flipped horizontally and vertically over a base with a hidden set of wheels, so that the van seems to be sliding down the street on its roof, complete with spinning tires on top.