Nebraska Highway 66 Concourse Classic
July 21-22, 2018
ASHLAND, NE (June 6, 2018) – The Strategic Air Command & Aerospace Museum is hosting its annual premier classic automobile show with over 100 classic autos and motorcycles displayed around historic aircraft inside the Museum.
The show highlights vintage and collectable cars, hotrods, and motorcycles featuring rare finds such as a 1910 Ford Model T originally sold by a car dealership in Omaha, an original 1919 Excelsior motorcycle with a sidecar, and a 1950 Oldsmobile convertible with brown leather interior.
Jerry and Connie Vincentini are honorary chairs for the show, The Vincentini’s are no strangers to classic auto shows; they participate year round in showing their personal collection and have coordinated classic auto shows for years. Vincentini and a committee of collectors personally handpicked and invited rare auto owners to participate. The purpose of the show is to feature rare finds and collectables from every era starting with the early 1900’s, as well as displaying today’s special interest autos such as an electric racecar built by students and a 1910 Hupmobile barn find.
The auto show will be at the Strategic Air Command & Aerospace Museum Saturday, July 21 and Sunday, July 22. The show will conclude at 3 p.m. on Sunday, July 22 with an awards ceremony. The public will be given ballot cards as they enter the Museum show and will vote for their favorite.
The Concourse Classic is included in the price of admission:
Senior Citizens: $11.00
Active/Retired Military: $11.00
Children: $6.00 (Ages 4 – 12)
Prices subject to tax.