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Rolling Nostalgia: Summit Classic Car Show Cruises Downtown Summit Sept. 20


SUMMIT, NJ - Streets like Union Place and surrounding thoroughfares will be transformed into "Memory Lanes" on September 20, as the 19th Annual Summit Classic Car Show returns to Downtown Summit from 10 a.m. -  2 p.m.

More than 200 cars in 20 different classes, ranging from hot rods to vintage vehicles, will line the streets of downtown Summit. Attendees will enjoy music provided by DJ Stick Shift Eddie as they stroll through town, and judges will award the trophies for the best car in each class.
Visitors are encouraged to vote for their favorite car to win the "People’s Choice Award." Judging begins at 10 a.m., with winners announced after all the votes are tallied.

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Aficionados of petrol-powered vehicles from "across the pond" will be keen to know that this year's event sees FallFest partnering with the Summit Classic Car Show to bring an even larger variety of British cars and motorcycles to the downtown including Austin-Healeys, Triumphs, and MGAs.  

Car registration will take place from 7 - 10 a.m. at the corner of Bank Street and Beechwood Road, entering Bank Street from Summit Avenue. Those who have not preregistered will need to pay the $25 registration fee for each car entered in the show. The registration form can be found summitdowntown.org, or picked up at the Summit Downtown, Inc. office, located at 18 Bank Street
For more information, visit summitdowntown.org, or call 908-277-6100.

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