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Mark Your Calendar for the 2024 Fall Future Collector Car Show

Early registration is now open through August 1


Get ready to pull your Members Only jacket out of the closet and celebrate vehicles from the 1980s and beyond. The Fall Future Collector Car Show (FCCS) is coming back to WestWorld of Scottsdale on Sunday, October 13, 2024, as part of the Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Fall Auction.

This year’s event is moving from the grass onto the paved area next to the Polo Field adjacent to the Barrett-Jackson Performance Track, so there will be plenty of automotive action and fellow enthusiasts no matter which direction you look. Kids will also enjoy the event because it takes place the same day as the Fall Auction’s Family Day, which offers a variety of family-friendly activities.

No matter how old you are, you’ll get an eyeful of exotics, off-roaders, luxury sedans, and sports cars from the 1980s and later. If you enter your vehicle, you might just go home with a trophy – maybe one of the various Best in Class awards, the People’s Choice award that’s voted on by event spectators, or the top prize of the event, the Best of Show trophy.

As the saying goes, you have to play to win. Early registration pricing is $75 through August 1. In addition to a slot for your vehicle, that gets you four general admission tickets to the entire Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Fall Auction site, a participant T-shirt, and a commemorative pin. The registration fee increases to $100 if you sign up after August 1 through September 30.

The 2024 Fall Future Collector Car Show is October 13, 2024, at WestWorld. Register early at this link.

Derek Shiekhi
Derek Shiekhi
Derek Shiekhi is the Editor and Lead Writer at’s sister site He was previously a freelance automotive writer who won numerous awards from the Texas Auto Writers Association for his coverage of events and vehicle reviews. He has been lucky enough to drive Lamborghinis on a track, go off-roading over sand dunes in a Land Rover Discovery, haul a BMW M Roadster with a Ford F-450 Limited, and perform several 55-mph jumps in the Ram 1500 TRX. These days, he’s learning a lot of interesting facts about the vintage and collector vehicles auctioned on Auto Hunter.


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