George Old Car Show

George Old Car Show

The Southern Cape Old Car Club is proud to present the 14th annual George Old Car Show on the 13th and 14th of February

2010 at the PW Botha College venue in York Street, George

2004 ford model T

2004 ford model T

George Old Car Show shows every year more and more cars

The first George Old Car show was held in 1997 on Paul Fick’s farm, “Blackwood”, near Victoria Bay. Enthusiasts were able
to view the 80 cars on show, with the Lion’s Club organising the food and refreshments. From there on, in 1998, the show
was hosted at the George Riding club with approximately 250 cars and tractors participating. In 2000 the show had grown from strength to strength and a larger venue in PW Botha College was found. The venue offers more than enough space for show cars, tractors, motorcycles as well as large grounds for safe public parking. Various motor clubs attend the show annually with the opportunity to participate in a drive past to exhibit their dream wheels. In 2009 more than 800 cars were on show and for next year an even greater number of exhibitors are expected.

old car show george

old car show george

The focus this year at the George old Car show is on tractors and stationary engines

With the focus of the show in 2010 being veteran tractors and stationary engines, it should prove to offer an arrangement
of exciting subjects for all to enjoy. To compliment the variety of old cars on show, “Arts in the park”, food stalls, a
model car show as well as a well stocked beer garden promises to entertain those who have already enjoyed the old car
display to its full potential. Special attention will also be given to kiddies’ entertainment, allowing the parents a stress free show experience.

When is the George Old Car Show?

Saturday 13 February from 08h00 to 16h00
Sunday 14 February from 08h00 to 13h00

Entrance Fee:
Saturday: R30 – Adults / R10 Scholars
Sunday: R15 – Adults / R5 Scholars

Online registration for participants is now available at  their website and tickets for the public will be available at the gates.

For further information, contact Chris van Staden on 082 491 5254 or Marlene Quinot on 084 415 7987.