The 10th annual Main Street Reunion, which will feature more than 400 pre-1976 cars and newly added collection of motorcycles, will be held Aug. 20 in downtown Napa. The free event is open to the public and will be held from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
The show features car owners from throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, including the Napa Valley Cruisers, an antique car club. Cars (and motorcycles) line the streets of downtown for display and judging.
Registered vehicles are judged in one of 30 categories, with the Best of Show and The Publishers Award the most coveted awards. The two winning cars will be photographed and printed on t-shirts for the next year’s event.
Downtown Napa businesses will be operating regularly during the show, which will be presented on Main Street from Pearl to Third Street, and First Street from Franklin to Soscol.
For more information, check out visit: www.DoNapa.com.
Article Last Updated: August 3, 2011.
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