Enjoy a Fun Family Day with over 400 Beautiful Classic Cars on the Grass!
Saturday, October 16, 2021
10-4 at The Gregory School
3231 N Craycroft Rd., Tucson, AZ 85712
Raffle drawing is held immediately following the awards ceremony on the day of the event. Need not be present to win!
All net proceeds support Pima JTED and other local charities of the Rotary Club of Tucson Foundation. In 14 years this great event has donated over $1.7 million to local charities.
2021 Tucson Classics Car ShowRegistration Is Now Open
- Each vehicle entry includes a raffle ticket to win a Corvette or cash prize
- Vehicle Entry: $25 for the first vehicle, $15 for each additional vehicle(s), extra show/raffle tickets are $10 each
- Included with your entry is a raffle ticket, complimentary morning coffee, goodie bag and dash plaque
- 1st Place in each class receives $100 and plaque
- 2nd Place and 3rd Place in each class receive plaques
- Best in Show receives $1,000 and plaque from Rotary Club of Tucson
- $500 and plaque to one winner selected by Title Sponsor WeBuyHouses.com
- Join us for our Friday Night Dinner at show site for $15/person (reservations required)
- DJ John plays your favorites Friday night and all day Saturday
- Host hotels with showrates coming soon
TCCS Charities for 2020
Make Way for Books
MWFB uses a two-generation approach to give all children the chance to read and succeed. The nonprofit provides books and literacy activities to families with children up to five-years-old.
The Pima JTED (Joint Technical Education District) will be opening its third central campus in Southern Arizona at 3300 S. Park Avenue at I-10 in The Bridges development. The 50,000 square foot JTED Innovative Learning Center will provide students with premier, tuition-free career and technical programs to high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors from public, private, and charter schools, and students who are home-schooled.
2019 Tucson Classics Car Show Major Car Awards
Tucson Classics Car ShowStories
Get to Know the 2019 Best in Show Winner
Michael O’Neill — 1935 Ford Model 48 Cabriolet
Do you remember the first moment you fell in love with the car world? Not really. The classic car world really isn’t my love, and neither is the car; it’s the thought of my brother—that’s why I keep doing this. My mom bought my brother and I this car when we were young and living...
Tucson Classic Car Show 2019 Sponsorship Winner Bill McBain
Interview Transcript by Mekayla Phan on behalf of Tucson Classic Car Show.
Phan: Do you remember the first moment when you fell in love with the car world? McBain: No I was too young… Before I was even in school. Phan: So with your Kellisons, was it your first love? The car you always wanted? McBain: Actually, this car was the same model car which is the...
2018 Best In Show Winner
The Corvette’s entire frame was rebuilt and includes a new engine and more.
2017 Best In Show Winner
Gould owned a successful steel bar business prior to retiring to Tucson, AZ. In the Old Pueblo, Gould has built his love of classic cars into a collection of 75 rare cars, displayed in the Tucson Auto Museum in the South Tucson warehouse district. Go visit him on a Saturday mid-day to see his beautiful collection.
The Rotary Club of Tucson and the Tucson Classics Car Show
Rotary changes lives, builds Fellowship, Eradicates Polio from the world, gives a helping hand and raises funds for local charities, and lives the motto of Service Above Self. In 2007, the Rotary Club of Tucson, and its 501(c)(3) foundation decided to help the community’s less fortunate by starting the Tucson Classics Car Show. This was a way for the Club to increase its commitment to putting Service Above Self. This outreach in Southern Arizona has rewarded those in need and continues to grow every year.
Tucson Classics Car Show has granted over $1.7 million to local charities. Money raised from past shows has helped:
• Children’s literacy
• Vocational training
• Women & teens in need
• Many others throughout the community