Vermont is a beautiful state to drive in and with a full tank of gas and a trusty Vermont road map, there's no end to what you can see and do. With picturesque pull offs and no billboards to ruin the mountain views it's no wonder so many classic car lovers come here just to enjoy the drive. Vermont car shows are a popular hangout for members of car clubs and you don't have to be a classic car owner to enjoy these kind of events.
Vermont car shows are as much fun for spectators as they are for the owners of these fine vintage automobiles. Anyone who likes cars can see classic and antique cars, trucks, and even motorcycles. If it has wheels and an engine, you'll probably find it at a Vermont car show. Can't ditch the family to hang out with your fellow car buffs? Bring them along. Car shows often have activities for kids and all members of the family. Like Flea Markets, swap and trade events, crafts, vendors, collectibles and more.
The Manchester and Bennington Car Shows are popular annual events that draw in vintage show cars from all over New England. After you've perused the lot and taken in all the flaring tail fins, shiny chrome bumpers and old-fashioned clown horns you can handle, check out the tractor-pull competition and see rusty old John Deere's take on the new guys, and win!
Can't wait for the annual event to roll around? Cruise Night in Brattleboro, Vermont is a great car club that meets up every Saturday night in the summer time at the Staples shopping plaza. Swing by and check out a slew of rides from hot rods and muscle cars to the gangster era big-fender Buicks and chopped-top Chevy's.
Where you're ready to set the cruise control for bed, we've got a nice collection of short-term rental homes to show you.