The Atlantic City Car Show 2023 is an event featuring various vehicles. Additionally, you will find vendors selling auto parts and accessories.
Pre-registration for the show is mandatory, and all vehicles must be approved to enter the Convention Center. Once registered, you will receive an email confirmation of your registration.
The Atlantic City Classic Car Show is an annual event that brings together car enthusiasts nationwide. Hosted at the Atlantic City Convention Center and organized by GPK Auctions, this showcase of classic and vintage vehicles offers something for every enthusiast and vendor, selling accessories or collectibles at great prices – providing an excellent opportunity for anyone searching for their perfect ride or affordable purchase options!
This year (2023), there will be several special events at the show. Alongside the car show, there will also be a General Motors (GM) showcase featuring various electric vehicle (EV) models for people interested in green technology to see first-hand and test drive these vehicles against more traditional gasoline vehicles.
Cruisin’ will showcase more than cars on display; guests will also have the opportunity to meet celebrity appearances like Joe Martin and Amanda Martin from Iron Resurrection, who will meet fans outside at Beachside Inlet on Friday and inside the convention center on Saturday, in addition to meeting Mackenzie Phillips and Candy Clark from American Graffiti!
At the Atlantic City Car Show, there will be various vendors on display, many showcasing cars, but others selling accessories and memorabilia. Entertainment features will include Priscilla Barnes (Terri Alden from Three’s Company) and Kevdogg from Bitchin’ Rides hosting this event as guests. In addition, there is also the Neon and LED Light Car Show and satellite shows at businesses around town.
This year’s Atlantic City Convention Center event will include an auction and display of over 350 vehicles for production. Car enthusiasts will have an unparalleled opportunity to witness their favorite vehicles up close while participating in an auction!
Visitors will find an assortment of cars spanning various eras at this exhibition. Additionally, there are diverse immersive experiences – Camp Jeep New York Toyota’s Thrill Drive Virtual Reality Experiences Subaru National Park themed exhibit are all must-sees, while Nissan Thrill Street themed display is another must-see!
Exhibits at this year’s show will showcase an assortment of vehicles spanning classic muscle cars to electric cars, with unique features like the GT350R Reimagined and 2024 Mustang Dark Horse models available to view, as well as Ford Police Interceptor Utility MachE models for viewing by spectators.
Visitors seeking to save money on gas will want to stop by the Electric Vehicle Showcase, featuring a Tesla Model 3 and Honda Fit EV powered by renewable energy – making these vehicles both environmentally friendly and cost-efficient.
This show offers attractions beyond live music from local bands and comedians, such as a food court and bar. Tickets can be purchased either online or at the door; parking spaces are available throughout Atlantic City as well. Those using public transit may use NJ Transit’s Atlantic City Rail Line to reach their event destination.
The Atlantic City Classic Car Show is designed for car enthusiasts and collectors. Spanning three days, this three-day showcase of cars from different eras will include an auction. Visitors will also be able to meet owners of these classic vehicles while learning their histories – all this takes place at the Atlantic City Convention Center organized by GPK Auctions.
This car show will showcase top modified, exotic, and performance-built vehicles and host a food festival featuring various vendors and giveaways. Proceeds from this event will benefit Reach Out WorldWide – Paul Walker’s non-profit foundation founded.
As well as classic cars, the show will also highlight the latest in automotive technology. A C-level mobility global forum will take place over two days and feature keynote addresses by industry leaders, themed panels, and fireside chats.
At this event, attendees can help make an impact by volunteering to donate blood at level 1. Additionally, MTA will run its vintage 1948 General Motors Old Look bus as a shuttle between 12th Avenue/Circle Pier via 42nd Street to bring people directly to the show.