Monthly Car Show in Downtown Mint Hill : A Fun Family Event

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The Town of Mint Hill and it’s residents can enjoy a Friday evening once a month touring a Classic Car Show from early Spring until November annually.

This custom vehicle is ready to rock n roll.

The local car club the “Mint Hill Cruise In” has 50 or more classic cars on display in downtown Mint Hill on the first Friday of the month between April and November.  On display are classic cars, antiques, customs, hot rods, muscle cars, pick-up trucks and all are great looking vehicles that have taken many of these car enthusiasts months and even years to refinish to their original or custom condition.

Classic car owners Dale Deese, Gene Deese, Roger Kerns and Billy Kiser.

The engines, paint, interior, wheels, chrome, and overall condition of many vehicles is superior and well worth a visit if you are in the downtown area between 5:00 PM and 8:00 PM on the first Friday night of the month over the remaining next three months.

Yellow 1965 Chevy C-10 with owner George Haynie and partner Carole Morris.

We encourage our readers to mark your calendar with the following important dates.  Friday September 1st, Friday October 6th and Friday November 3rd.  Bring the entire family, your spouse, or the kids for a fun filled evening and just enjoy the beauty of these cars.  The history, the nostalgia and craftsmanship invested in many of these vehicles is well worth the visit.  If you enjoy cars and vintage automobiles this is an event you don’t want to miss.

1935 Ford Coupe with owner John Dill. Previous owner was NASCAR’s David Pearson.

The owners are very friendly, they take pride in their vehicles and seem to thoroughly enjoy their hobby, craft and the time it takes to turn these vehicles into classics for all to enjoy.  It brings you back to a different time in America, when life was slower, people were more amiable and gentlemen and their ladies enjoying these machines while mingling with the crowd.

Mercury Monterey owner Kelly Britt with sons Jack and Sam.

There was a 1932 Ford Pick-up, 1935 Ford Coupe, 1947 Plymouth, 1955 Chevy, 1957 Mercury, 1965 Chevy C-10, 1967 Mustang, 1969 Ford F-100, Classic Corvettes and many other fascinating vehicles on hand for your enjoyment.

Root Beer Red 1932 Ford Pick-Up with owner Wes Rawlins.

While at the event in the center of the downtown area in the parking lot of Monroe Hardware, Big Guys Pizza, Showmars, Burger King and many other local business establishments to visit while attending the car show. Food is plentiful in the area, even across the road on 51 there are restaurants and of course the local Mint Hill Library to bring the kids to learn more about these cars on display is conveniently located close by.

1955 Chevy Bel Air owner John Porter.

If you want more information please contact Doug Pressley at 704-719-6662 or go on line to Mint Hill Cruise In and enjoy the site.

Corvette owner Roger Siblik with best friend Vic.
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Ed Berti
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