Frequently Asked Questions
What vehicles can be displayed?
Any vehicle that was made prior to 1989 is welcome. We welcome cars, motorcycles, and trucks.
Do I have to register my car in advance?
No, we will ask you to fill out a registration form when you arrive.
Where is the show?
The Klingberg Vintage Motorcar Series is held at Klingberg Family Centers, 370 Linwood St., New Britain, CT 06052.
What happens if there is rain forecasted or it is raining the day of the show?
Rain is not the best friend of a vintage car. We will be evaluating the weather and posting postponements and rain dates on our website. If you subscribe to our Klingberg Vintage Motorcar email newsletter you will also get notification of a change of date in that way. Click here to subscribe:
We will also be posting information on Facebook. Please like our page: www.facebook.com/klingbergauto.
As a spectator where do I park?
Spectators will not park at this event! Instead, you will be directed along a spectator vehicle travel lane and will view the antique cars from your vehicle.
Do I have to wear a mask?
Show car owners: Masks will be required unless you are seated and socially distanced from others. If you are walking around campus or within six feet of another person not in your own household, you must wear a mask.
Spectators: As spectators will remain in their vehicles at all times, you will not be required to wear a mask.
Volunteers: Volunteers must wear a mask at all times.
How can I volunteer?
We welcome volunteers over the age of 16. Please fill out the form by following the link: Volunteers
How do I become a sponsor?
Sponsorship of an event or the series has marketing, engagement, and philanthropic benefits. Please contact Mark Johnson for more details.
What does it cost to attend the event?
In September 2020, the admission cost will be waived to avoid the exchange of cash.
Where do the proceeds of the Klingberg Vintage Motorcar Series go?
All of the proceeds go directly into Klingberg Family Centers’ programs. Klingberg Family Centers is a nonprofit organization offering an array of treatment services for 4,000+ Connecticut children and families each year who have been affected by trauma. Go to www.Klingberg.org for more details on our programs.