Hot rods and customs will be there Saturday and a concours d’elegance on Sunday. Both days will feature vintage travel trailers. There will be autos and trailers spanning decades rolling over eight acres of tree-lined lawns.
There will also be historic motorcycles from the Irv Seaver BMW collection and the automotie art of Nicola Wood, Frank Romero, Steve Metzger and others in the main gallery.
Also on hand will be live music, automotive art, vendor booths, food and drink. General admission is just $5 on Saturday, $10 on Sunday.
Approved concours travel trailers will be allowed to set up Friday afternoon and camp Friday and Saturday nights. Judging will be held on Sunday.
For information visit the organizer’s website or call (866) 411-1212.
The Muckenthaler Motor Car Festival has been going on since 1994 and is the oldest and grandest car show in North Orange County, California.