Classically Cool Cars Add to the Flavor at Millbrae Fest
Fans of classic, custom and exotic cars will be thrilled to hear that the “Classically Cool Car Show” returns to the Millbrae Art & Wine Festival, September 1-2 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Broadway.
An incredible array of vintage touring cars, custom hot rods, powerful muscle cars, and sleek sports cars are just a sampling of the dozens of cool cars on display each day.
"The Classically Cool Car Show has grown into one of the festival’s fave go-to spots—it keeps getting bigger and better every year," said festival chair Lisa Fitzgibbons-Charney. "A different set of cars will be displayed each day, so it's worth coming out both days to check out the magnificent machines,"she said.
The car show will be located in the city lot on Broadway between Victoria and La Cruz. Along with the car show, the lot features the "Hops Haven" microbrew tasting tent with an exceptional selection of tasty seasonal craft brews from the top producers from the craft beer centric Bay Area and great live music by local rockers Loudin’ Cleer.
"Hops Haven is the perfect spot to kick back at some point during the festival," said Fitzgibbons-Charney. "It’s a shaded oasis where you can sit down, take a break, enjoy some live music, sample the delicious microbrews in our tasting tent, and then wander among the rows of world-class cars."
One of the featured cars on display this year is Mark Colburn’s "Shinerunnin’ Shelby" sponsored by Sam Adams Beer on Saturday.
Special gratitude to Classically Cool Car Show organizers Stu Harmon (Saturday) and Gabe Mosqueda (Sunday) – they do an awesome job!