Roebling Museum Car Show

The Roebling Museum is proud to announce its 9th Annual Car Show

2018 Roebling Museum Car Show

The Roebling Museum is proud to announce its 9th Annual Car Show, April 28, 2018 from 9am to 3pm. Along with a wide array of cars, trucks and rat rods, this year’s show includes the ever-popular Mustang as the featured marque. Antique fire trucks and safety vehicles, Kids’ bridge building, multiple food vendors and a variety of merchandise vendors will make this year’s event a treat for all who attend.

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Teaming up again with the Movin’ on Kruzers car club to put on the show this year’s judges will award more than 70 trophies and specialty awards in all vehicle classes! Music throughout the day will be provided by Tom E. Tunes, Food vendors include Dan Holzer’s Popcorn, Four Daughters Franks, Slab House BBQ, Smylie’s Ice Cream and Sweet Concessions. A full day of family entertainment is planned, including tours of the museum, the auction of a JAR Company Pattern, and a gift shop featuring t-shirts, books and other Roebling Museum related memorabilia. This year’s car show lead sponsor is Lucas Ford/Lucas Motor Company with the additional sponsors of: CARSTAR Auto Body Repair Experts, Lee’s Auto Body, Roy’s Garage and Wheel Works Custom Made Wheels.

Roebling Museum Flywheel

Included in the $5.00 Spectator admission to the show is access to the Roebling Museum which is dedicated to telling the story of John A. Roebling’s Sons Company, the village of Roebling, and the innovations and technological achievements of the family that changed the industrialized world. While at the Car Show, families will have the chance to try their hand at our bridge building lab. This hands-on activity is provided FREE of charge and is fun for kids and adults alike. Children ages 12 and under get into the Car Show for FREE. Day-of-only show entry fee is $20 per participating vehicle. Classic and current fire, rescue and service vehicles welcome from all companies and collectors at no charge.

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