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6th annual Future Collector Car Show set for April 11, 2021

The 2021 show will feature future collector cars of all years, makes, models, and conditions

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The sixth annual Future Collector Car Show is scheduled for April 11, 2021, at High Street in Phoenix, ClassicCars.com has announced. The event is free to spectators and promises to feature “dozens of sponsor and exhibit stands, a live stylist competition and fashion show, and some of the finest restored and modified future collector vehicles in the world.”

Presented by ClassicCars.com, the world’s largest online marketplace for collector cars and a subsidiary of the Collector Car Network, “FCCS brings together automotive enthusiasts of all ages and interests through vehicles of any make, model, year, and condition that represent the future of the collector car industry,” the announcement notes.

The 2021 FCCS event is accepting vehicle applications in 14 concours-level judged categories with a chance to win the Best of Show crystal trophy.

This event includes new award categories, including Best Track Ready Modifications, awarded to the best street machine ready to take on the track; Visionary Award, presented to a modified vehicle that showcases the owner’s unique vision; Elegance of Heritage Award, given to the vehicle that best represents the heritage and history of the vehicle’s make and model; and Jr. Cruiser Champ, awarded to the top child’s electric ride-along car.

Judges for the various categories include Leslie Kendall, chief historian at the Petersen Automotive Museum, members of the ClassicCars.com Journal editorial team, and others.

Event sponsors include Inde Motorsports Ranch, Universal Technical Institute, and Cordes Performance Racing.

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“We’re thrilled to return to High Street for our sixth annual Future Collector Car Show,” said Roger Falcione, chief executive officer of the Collector Car Network. “During these uncertain times, ensuring the safety of our participants, guests, and employees is our number-one concern. Our team is going above and beyond to comply with all CDC event guidelines, allowing for the maximum number of people to enjoy this free-to-spectators automotive lifestyle event in the safest manner possible.”

Both FCCS and High Street will adhere to CDC event guidelines by issuing temperature checks at all entrances, requiring the use of face covers, and encouraging social distancing. Hand-sanitation stations will be in place.

“The Future Collector Car Show was founded to bring together all generations and types of enthusiasts in an environment that showcases their automotive passion,” said Rebecca Nguyen, event coordinator and marketing manager of the Collector Car Network.

“We aim to inspire that same passion in future generations at every show. We are looking forward to doing everything in our power to continue supporting Arizona’s automotive passion while keeping everyone safe in this new live-event environment.”

To submit your vehicle for the 2021 Future Collector Car Show or to learn more about the free-to-spectators event, visit the FCCS website.

Matthew Ferguson
Matt Ferguson grew up on a small farm working on Chevy small blocks, pickups, and tractors with a strong belief in "no replacement for displacement.” Starting his career as the Marketing Communications Specialist for Barrett-Jackson, Matt grew even more passionate about all things automotive. He is now the Digital Marketing Coordinator at ClassicCars.com. Still a farm boy at heart, he continues to buy and sell classic pickups, his current project is a 1988 Toyota.

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