Classic car show to hit Marietta this weekend


On Saturday, hundreds of classic cars and trucks, along with some cool motorcycles,  will roll into Jim Miller Park in Marietta. 

The  Creepers Car Club Fun Run #27 will attract classic car owners and gearheads from all over the Southeast.

The show begins at 9 a.m. and the cost to the public is just $5, with children under 12 admitted free.

PHOTOS FROM LAST YEAR’S SHOW, CLICK HERE!

All of the show’s proceeds will benefit Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Children’s Miracle Network, and Special Olympics Cobb County.

There’s also a swap meet and plenty of food and music. 

One lucky car owner will be awarded the inaugural 2017 AJC Creepers Car Club Cup. (Below)

In addition, there’s also an Atlanta Journal-Constitution contest where one lucky subscriber will win the following:

  • Free tickets to the car show
  • A ride in a classic car
  • A chance to be one of the judges who will present the AJC Creepers Club Cup                                                                                                                                    

CLICK HERE to view exclusive classic car videos on myAJC.com

For more info on the show, click here!


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