WALL, NJ – Step back in time this weekend and visit one of the Jersey Shore’s most anticipated summer car shows.
The annual Antique Rolling Iron Auto Show, celebrating its 25th year, will be rolling into Wall Township this Sunday, Aug. 16, featuring a slew of classic and antique vehicles for locals to view on site.
Family cars, fire trucks, motorcycles and more will be on display at The Historic Village at Allaire from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
In addition to the antique car viewing, attendees can enjoy live music, local vendors, a Pilsen Gourmet food truck, quilting and other historic demonstrations while exploring the Historic Village at Allaire.
Social distancing guidelines will be followed, with limited attendee parking. Carpooling is strongly recommended, according to a release, as well as early registration. A limited number of cars will be registered.
A $5 pre-registration (per car) is required for attendees.
Antique car owners with models over 25 years old interested in displaying their vehicles can pre-register on Eventbrite. A $20 pre-registration (per car) is required for participants.
participation awards and dashboard plaques will be presented.
A rain date is set for Aug. 23.
For questions and further information, contact (732) 919-3500 ext 16.
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