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Join in the fun of this automotive extravaganza. Experience the sights and sounds of elegant autos from yesteryear to the technologically advanced super cars of today at the historic Hart Farm, which is part of Pamplin Historical Park located near Petersburg, VA. The Breakthrough Car Show is open to all makes, models and years of vehicles and anyone can bring out their ride and participate in the show.
The first 125 registered show vehicles receive goody bags and dash plaques. Pre-register your single vehicle by September 11, 2020 for $15.00 or vehicle registration is $20.00 per vehicle thereafter and at the show. The first 125 registrants will also receive a $5.00 food coupon.
Show day registration begins at 8:00 am. Participant’s Choice judging will result in over 48 awards. The award presentation will take place at 2:30 pm. Spectator parking and show admission is free. A reduced “day of show only” Pamplin Historical Park admission will be available for those who want to explore the 424 acres of battlefields, historic homes, museums and more.
Vendors will have food, drinks and more throughout the day. Everyone can take part in a silent auction, door prizes and more. Those wishing to sell their vehicle can enter it in the car corral for $10.00 per entry.
The event is Rain or Shine! All proceeds from this event benefit Pamplin Historical Park. This event is sponsored by Car Club Council of Central Virginia. Additional sponsors include Brodix, Dalton Watson Motoring Books, Griot’s Garage, Hagerty Insurance, Lincoln Electric, Meguiar’s, Shire Publications, Stoner Car Care, Summitt Racing, Top Flight Automotive (Corvette America, Mustang America), Virginia Motorsports Park and Universal Vintage Tire.
Located near Petersburg, Virginia, Pamplin Historical Park is about 30 minutes south of Richmond and is convenient to both Interstates 95 and 85 and US Highways 1 and 460. Pamplin Historical Park is a 501(c)(3) organization.
Visit www.pamplinpark.org or call 804-861-2408 for more information and how to register.

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