Car Show, Saturday, May 28, 2022
We are excited to present the Golden State Classics Annual Cruise and Car Show!
Cruise, Friday, May 27, 6 - 7:30pm.
Car Show, Saturday, May 28, 9am - 2pm. (Load-in begins at 7am.)
CLICK HERE to preregister and learn more about the cruise.
Saturday Car Show
CAR SHOW, 9am - 2:00pm - Please no early exiting! Just $45 until May 9 with a free T-shirt!
Gates open at 7am and event staff will direct you to your space.
The car show takes place in Paso Robles Downtown City Park. There is extensive shopping, a movie theater, and restaurants all around the park. The location is Downtown City Park, 12th & Spring Street, Paso Robles, CA 93446.
Your registration will include:
Cruise registration included ($20 value)
Free T-Shirt (until May 8, no free T-shirt after this date)
Goodie Bag (first 300 registrations)
The show will feature:
Trophies and Merchant Awards
Big Raffle (including a $1000 Craftsmen Tool Box Top & Roll-Away donated by Lowes)
Small (but mighty!) Raffle
Scavenger Hunt for a Special Prize Raffle
Registration fee is $45. Day of Show Entry Fee is $55.
Early registration on or before May 9, 2022 receives a free event T-shirt.
First 300 applicants receive a goodie bag on day of the show!
Use the button below to register online or download the paper registration form.
Order Extra T-Shirts using Paypal. You can use any credit card securely. Remember, you get a T-Shirt with your registration.
We Need Volunteers!
You do not have to be a member to help us put on our car show. If you would like to help, please use our contact page and send us an email. Our volunteer coordinator will get back with you. You could help park cars, work at the booths, sell raffle tickets, and more.
Click here to learn about the shopping, restaurants and other places surrounding the Downtown City Park where the car show takes place. There are many things to do and it's all nearby!
When you participate in our cruise and car show, you are also supporting our "Hot Rodders in the Future" youth program.
We are raising money to help young men and women who attend Skills USA and want to study automotive technology in a vocational or community college program.