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Scottsdale Pavilions

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9140 E. Indian Bend Rd.

United States

Open to ALL Oldsmobiles
Pre-Registration Deadline is Feb 15, 2012
Pre-Registration Fee: $20 1st car, $10 2nd car
Day of Show Registration: $25 1st car, $15 2nd car
The 1st 100 registrants will receive a dash plaque!
50/50 Raffle!

Check in: 8:00 – 9:00 am
Awards Presentation: 12:30 pm
Trophies Awarded
1st, 2nd, 3rd place in each class
Best of Show Long Distance Award
Best Memorabilia

Immediately following the All Oldsmobile show, in the same location, is The World’s Largest Weekly Classic Car Show. This show is free! Hope you can stay and continue the fun!
1897-1948 All
1961 – 1970, All Others
1949-1960 All
1971 – 2004, All Others
1961 – 1967, Cutlass/F85
1968 – 1972, Cutlass/F85
CLASS 1000
Station Wagons
1964 – 1967, Performance
1968 – 1972, Performance
CLASS 1100
CLASS 1200
Under construction & beaters
Performance cars are: 442, W30, W31, W32, Rallye 350, and Hurst/Olds.
P**A car is considered modified if it has a non-original G.M. engine or has an increase of 50

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  1. Benton says:

    I have a FIAT 500 ABARTH 2013 that my wife and I drove up the “Ice Truckers Road” to the Arctic Circle In 2013 I would like to be in your cruise. Years ago I had “Underdog Racing” 14s Yugo there and was well excepted.

    Thanks Dave Benton

  2. Jacqueline says:

    We have a 24 foot Monster truck bouncer that we would like to place with your shows for extra entertainment for the children. We provide our own operator. If you would please contact us we would appreciate it. Thank you.

  3. Paul Salvidio says:

    I havnt been out to the Pavilions in years. I am just getting back into cars as my children are growing up and have a little more time and money. I just purchased a nice 34 Ford coupe and plan to head up this Saturday. Cant wait ! I think the simulator would be a hit … See you Sat. Paul S.

  4. Jim Phelps says:

    I have a 5 station NASCAR SIMULATOR, trailer mounted, air conditioned, a first class operation that I would like to bring to your events. Do you think it would be something that would be interesting to your patrons? We charge $10 per race and it can be set for any track in the country. It even has head sets so you can talk to other drivers while racing. Let me know what you think. Thanks, Jim

    • NASCAR Lisa says:

      The people who come to the event would
      Love It. The self appointed hall monitors who think they are the running the event
      will run up to you and tell you to move it way out with other trailers in the back 40 and threaten to call the police on you because they are busy bodied little jerks. Take it to Mesa’s on Power across from the Mall. Nicer people and no politics or cliques that will try and ruin your plans. Scottsdale’s car show has some very rude people ruining the event who are power tripping.

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