ClassicCars.com hosts first ever ‘Future Classic Cars’ car show

1989 Nissan Skyline R32 (submitted photo)

1989 Nissan Skyline R32 (submitted photo)

Most classic car collectors and enthusiasts are counting down to the 45th Barrett-Jackson auction and the parade of established classics in Scottsdale. But what about the enthusiasts and collectors who specifically value cars made after 1975?

Now, thanks to ClassicCars.com, collectors who appreciate the more modern future classics can have a celebration too.

ClassicCars.com is proud to announce their first ever inaugural Future Classics Car Show, with support from CSJ – Car Street Journal and NicoClub.com.

ClassicCars.com’s Future Classics car show is free to attend and will take place 6-10 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 25 at High Street, 5415 E. High Street in north Phoenix. The Future Classics Car Show will feature Domestic, Euro and Japanese cars from 1975 to 2005, according to a press release.

“We are really excited about this show,” stated Roger Falcione, CEO of ClassicCars.com, in the release. “The next generation of collectors might not be excited about a classic Chevelle or Shelby Cobra, but they love a Fox body Mustang or a first generation Miata. We are committed to the continuation of the collector car hobby and are actively including these collectors with a unique opportunity to celebrate their love for future classics. We want to recognize these cars and those that love them, as a part of the collector community during the legendary Arizona Collector Car Week.”

All proceeds go to American Red Cross, the release stated.

Future classic cars can register online here: https://news.classiccars.com/future-classics-car-show/

For more information on the Future Classics Show visit the Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1702987933280278/

If you are interested in sponsorship opportunities e-mail futureclassics@classiccars.com.

2005 Nissan 350Z (submitted photo)

2005 Nissan 350Z (submitted photo)

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