Celebrating the Bon Air Invitational Car Show
More Than 100 Pristine Vintage Cars, Music, Food and Fun for the Entire Family

When: Saturday, October 14th, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

What: The Bon Air Invitational Car Show celebrates vintage American cars with this free, daylong festival showcasing more than 100 vintage American vehicles – classic coupes, roadsters, trucks, and muscle cars from Chevy, Ford, Cadillac, Pontiac, Mercury and more.

This sold-out invitational show has been meticulously and carefully curated by the North Bay Car Committee, a longstanding group of car enthusiasts and Marin residents. Set at the western end of Bon Air’s parking lot under the large oak tree, attendees are invited to stroll the lanes and meet with vehicle owners. Refuel with fun for the whole family; music, food and sidewalk specials along the promenade.

“We have sold-out this invitational-event within the first month for the past 15-years. We feel this is only possible with the enthusiastic support and attendance of the community. We are very much looking forward to celebrating this Marin milestone,” explains organizer and committee member Bob Capurro.

Each year the committee selects a group of new vehicles to keep the show fresh. This year participants are traveling from as far as Idaho, Nevada and Southern California. A history of American cars, each car is in pristine condition thanks to decades of meticulous care and maintenance.

Featured vehicles:

• 1940 Ford Sedan – receiving the Bon Air Award

• 1929 Stearns-Knight, seven-passenger

• 1922 Stutz Fire Engine – owned by former San Rafael Fire Chief Robert Marcucci

• 1934 Dodge Brothers pick-up

• 1949 award-winning Cadillac convertible

• 1927 Ford Track Roadster

• 1929 Ford Model A Roadster – owned by San Rafael’s HAT Racing Co.’s Lorry Azevedo since the ninth grade

• 1972 Cadillac Eldorado convertible – with less than 19,000 original miles

• 1954 Kaiser Darrin

Admission: Free

Where: The Car Show takes place in the west end of Bon Air’s expansive parking lot under the towering oak tree.

About the North Bay Car Committee: A group of Marin residents and car enthusiasts who have been meeting since the 1950s. Members include: Lorry Azevedo; Glenn Burford; Bob Capurro; Tony D’Amato; Joe Davis; Eddie Demastrie; Larry Galetti; Rick and Connie Giambra; Ron Kane; Vic Herman; Rick Loomer; Marty and Nikki Marcucci; Dick Thompson; Charles Thompson and Andrew Lawson.