TIME MACHINES CAR SHOW
CONNECTICUT AREA CLASSIC T-BIRDS, INC.
The 35th TIME MACHINES ANTIQUE CAR SHOW AND FLEA MARKET WILL BE HELD AT THE GUILFORD FAIRGROUNDS on Sunday, July 28, 2013, same as always the 4th Sunday in July. Hours are 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Admission is $4.00, seniors $3.00 and free admission for children under 12.
The Guilford Fairgrounds, at 111 Lovers Lane, are just off I-95, Exit 59. The fairgrounds offer ample, flat spectator and show car parking. There will be a number of food vendors as well as an antique Good Humor ice cream truck. You will be kept entertained throughout the day by our DJ. Clean permanent restrooms are available for your convenience. For those of you who have attended the Time Machines Antique Car Show and Flea Market in past years, we look forward to you returning for an enjoyable day. If you have never attended this show, you should save the date...Sunday, July 28, 2013 as it is one of the largest judged car shows in Connecticut, plus vendors spaces filled with car related & craft items. There will be 26 judged show car classes. The featured vehicles this year will be Street Rods, Street Machines, Custom Cars, Custom Pickups and Lead Sleds. Most show-car classes are by brand affiliation, and other classes include muscle cars, pick ups, commercial, and service vehicles. There is also a non-judged class for special interest newer cars manufactured after 1988.
Again this year, there will be a car corral featuring cars that are for sale. In an effort to encourage older car participation, original, non-modified show cars pre-dating 1930 will be allowed free entry. Preregistration will again be available for those wanting to plan in advance and assure themselves entry at a reduced price.
Brass color metal dash plaques and goodie bags await the first 350 show cars. Three trophies per judged class will be awarded. There are unique Time Machines trophies. Also available will be Time Machines Car Show t-shirts. There will be numerous free door prizes called throughout the day. Again this year, half of the total proceeds of the 50/50 raffle will benefit the Wounded Warrior Project.
Food vendors will provide coffee, donuts, or breakfast, lunch, snacks, and desserts.
Check our show class listing in the show web page or listed on the show flier. Individual show class sponsors can be found on our web site. THIS SHOW IS RAIN OR SHINE. In addition to the three trophies per class, there will be trophies for:
This should be a fun filled day with plenty to keep the whole family busy, checking out the flea market and show cars. Our DJ will keep you entertained with his wide variety of oldies music.
Joe Gregitis, Fred Klaus, and Wendell Theriault, Co-Chairmen
NO PETS - NO BARE FEET - NO ALCOHOL