New Jersey State Police Classic Car Show this weekend in Trenton


Classic cars are so cool. I want one so badly but I don’t even know where to find all the parts for all the old school cars.

If you’re like me who just gave up on thinking about having a classic car, you might want to go to the New Jersey State Police Classic Car Show.

New Jersey State Police are celebrating their 100th anniversary, and to celebrate, the Police Department is hosting the New Jersey State Police Classic Car Show. The classic car show is free to the public.

It’s a good start. Free events are always so much more fun.

On the Troopers United Foundation website, it is stated that those with classic cars are encouraged to register their vehicles for display on the day of the event. All vehicles on display at the auto show will be from 1996 and older.

Here are some of the things you can enjoy at the New Jersey State Police Classic Car Show, according to NJ Cruise News.

  • Food trucks
  • Live music
  • Museum open doors
  • NJSP vehicles
  • NJSP Boats
  • Mounted riders
  • Old police cars
  • TV and movie cars, and much more

We learned from the NJ Cruise News that proceeds from the event will benefit the Troopers United Foundation Inc.

This is a great way to show your support for all of the New Jersey State Police officers who have served to protect our safety for the past 100 years.

The New Jersey State Police Classic Car Show takes place on Saturday, October 16, 2021 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. In case of rain, the event will be postponed to October 23.

The event will take place at the New Jersey State Police Division Headquarters at 1040 River Road in Trenton.

NOTE: 94.5 PST is not associated with this event in an official capacity. Please contact the event organizers directly for details.

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