The 37th Annual Sharonville Classic Car Show will take place in Downtown Sharonville, Ohio, on Sunday, April 27, 9 AM to 3 PM.  Eighteen judged car classes, food booths, beverages, and entertainment! 

The Car Show is on rain or shine!  Check this website or call the Sharonville Chamber for updates should we have severe weather warnings on the day of the  show.

Download a Car Show Flyer

Watch the Business Talk TV Car Show Interview

Our Appreciation to our Sponsors:

Presenting Sponsor: Mike Albert Direct

Beer Booth Sponsor:  Office Furniture Source

Car Class Sponsors:

# 1  Pre 1960  
# 2  1960-1965 Speedpro Imaging
# 3  1966-1969  Pay Options
# 4  1970-1974
# 5  1975-1989 LaRosa's
# 6  1990- Present  Tesla Car Company
# 7  Chevrolet 1955-1959  McDonalds, Ison Mgt.
# 8  Camaro/Firebird thru1989 Albertz & Assoociates 
# 9 Corvettes thru 1989 Sharonville Car Wash
#10 Mustangs thru 1989 Impact Fleet and Auto Service
#11 Thunderbirds thru 1989
#12 Mopar thru 1989 TouchPoint Wealth Partners
#13 Miata – all years Allegra Marketing.Print.Mail 
#14 Truck & Utility-All Years  Carl's Stereos Plus Pick Ups
#15 Hot Rods – All Years   Industrial Sorting Services
#16 Foreign – All Years Iacono Productions
#17 Tuner
#18 Motorcycles – All Years Rapid Mortgage
#19 Non-judged

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The Sharonville Chamber of Commerce is proud to host this annual community event each year.

“We are thrilled to be able to continue the longest running Car Show in the region for its 37th year,” said Co-Chairwoman Barbara Scull of The Alleen Company.

In supporting the Sharonville community and careers in the automotive field, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Scarlet Oaks Automotive Education Program.

“This is a terrific way for car owners to show what they have been working on all winter. The smiles on the faces of fellow car enthusiasts and the public are great feedback on the owner's efforts in preparing their car for the show," says Chamber President Rich Arnold. “It is a day to reminisce about the car we learned to drive many years ago and an opportunity to share those stories with friends and family.”

Crowds strollling though downtown Sharonville, enjoying the hundreds of cars on display.