Best Car – People’s Choice - A. Wilhelm - 1967 Datsun SPL311
Best Motorcycle – People’s Choice - T. Murphy - 1979 Yamaha
Best of Show – Motorcycle - J. Arabian - 1974 Honda CB750
Best of Show - Car - B. Mitchell - 1971 Datsun 240Z
Best Tuner Car - Placard #95 (If you had placard #95, please contact us for your award!)
Best Toyota - N. Bosdet - 1994 Toyota MR2 Turbo
Best Honda - W. Chin - 1994 Acura NSX
Best Nissan - E. Silva - 1991 Nissan Sentra E
Best Subaru - A. McCue - 1970 Subaru 360
Best Mazda - A. Bettencourt - 1993 Madza RX-7 R1
Best Datsun - M. Moreau - 1972 Datsun 240Z
Best Mitsubishi - A. Grabau - 1997 Mitsubishi Pajero
Best Specialty Car - N. Heffron - 1991 Autozam AZ-1
Best Future Classic - C. Kenrick - 2005 Honda S2000
All over the world, Japanese vehicles have made their mark on the automotive & motorcycle industry. Cars and Motorcycles from the Land of the Rising Sun often don’t get as much respect as some of their Western counterparts, but Japanese Day is a celebration of Japan’s important role in the story of the car & motorcycle.
Sunday, October 14, 2018 from 10am-2pm
Please note: Museum members still need to pay the Car Registration fee.
Event Details: The show starts at 10am and runs until 2pm. Car registration is $20 per car and includes the driver and one passenger and $25 day of. Motorcycle Registration is $15. Spectator admission is Adults, $10. Military, seniors, students and children 6-12, $5 and children under 6 are free. Museum Members are always free! The Museum is open for your viewing until 4pm. Museum Members are always free! For more information about becoming a member, use this link.
There is NO overnight parking available.
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