Last year was a blast, but we have some big things coming to the 3rd Annual Future Classic Car Show.
ClassicCars.com, with support from Car Street Journal and the Function Factory, celebrated future collector cars with a show of their own Monday, set during Arizona Car Week atop a parking garage at the Scottsdale Quarter, an upscale shopping district.
Asian, European, and domestic brands were represented at the show, along with a bending of generations, from baby boomers to millennials and those in-between.
At the conclusion of the show, the cars rolled out together in a parade lap and then dispersed once they hit the street level.
Cars were judged by ClassicCars.com Journal East Coast Editory, Andy Reid:
Best of Show – 1998 Toyota Supra, Alek Heit
Featured Ford Class – 2017 Shelby GT350R, Jonathan Fonggee
Instant Classic (2006-2017) Domestic – 2016 Corvette Z06, Ryan Barstad
1995-2005 Domestic – 2005 Pontiac GTO, Kyle Baker
1975-1994 Domestic – 1981 Trans Am, Mark Miller
Instant Classic (2006-2016) Euro – 2011 E82, Bally
1995-2005 Euro – 2001 VW Jetta custom truck, Chris Kingston
1975-1994 Euro – 1976 BMW 2002, Rav Sandln
Instant Classic (2006-2017) Import – 2014 Nissan GT-R, Nathan Ricci
1975 – 1994 Import – 1977 Datsun 280Z, Keith Ross
Diamond in the Rough – 2005 Scion Xb, Chris Wilson