Classic, antique cars coming to Shelter Island Car Show

car show

Scores of antique and classic vehicles will roll off the ferries, out of Island garages, and onto Fireman’s Field for the Fourth Annual Car Show on Saturday, June 25 to benefit the Shelter Island Historical Society. 

This family-oriented event will bring together an extensive group of muscle cars, those fast and beautiful machines of the ’60s and ’70s.

For people who own and love old cars and fire trucks, the only thing better than showing them off is talking about them with people who share your enthusiasm. Owners of these extraordinary vehicles will be on hand to answer questions.

In addition to the remarkable rides, the show features great East End food and drink, prizes and plenty of outdoor fun.

The car show runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is presented by the Historical Society and Shelter Island Fire Department. General admission is $10, free for children 6 and under. 

A rain date is set for Sunday, June 26. Fireman’s Field is at Burns and North Cartwright roads. 

Sponsors of the show include James and Nicky Bindler, Anil and Enid Prasad, and J.W. Piccozzi Inc.