5th Future Classic Car Show set January 12 with Slime as new partner

5th Future Classic Car Show set January 12 with Slime as new partner

New sponsor Slime announced adding tire care products

ClassicCars.com‘s Future Classic Car Show brings together automotive enthusiasts of all ages and interests through cars of any make and model 1975 or newer poised to be the collector cars of the future. The show also offers a preview of what collectors will want in future years.

Future Classic Car Show crowd

Over 4,000 spectators at 2019 show, 2020 projected to double attendance

“As we’re trying to introduce the younger folks to the collector car hobby and industry, we’re also trying to educate our existing classic car folks into what’s coming up next,” said ClassicCars.com president and chief executive Roger Falcione.

ClassicCars.com is the leading online marketplace for classic, collector, and future classic cars with over 3.1 million monthly visitors and recently broke into the top 1,000 most-popular websites in the United States, according to  Alexa-certified site metrics.  With over 40,000 listings available, ClassicCars.com is the No. 1 resource to sell, buy and browse classic, future classic, and collector cars.

Slime Tire Sealant is one of the many products available

Slime Tire Sealant is one of the many products available

Falcione also announced that Slime is a new partner supporting the show.  Slime has provided high quality tire care products worldwide since 1989.  Widely distributed to over 80 countries, Slime is dedicated to making sure customers have the right tools to care for their tires while saving money and having fun.

Product line includes sealants, tools and other accessories for almost any kind of tire, including for car, trailer, lawn mower, mountain bike and more. Slime is proud to present a custom award for the “Best Trunk” at the 2020 Future Classic Car Show.

For 2020, the show is being expanded to provide room for over 200 vehicles. Quality over quantity remains the focus, with selection details described by our concours-level head judge Andy Reid.

A few other changes are being made to properly highlight and award -winning vehicles and their owners that will be announced leading up to the show.  Among them will be a pre-event cruise for participants which will visit partner facilities that will be announced later this year.

Registration for display vehicles opens September, 1, 2019, and closes December 1, 2019.

For 2020, the Future Classic Car Show will take over the entire five-level parking garage at Scottsdale Quarter in Scottsdale, Arizona.

For more information and updates, visit the event website: www.futureclassiccarshow.com

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