TACOMA, WA—The 42nd Annual LeMay Show is preparing for yet another year on Sat., August 31, 2019, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. What started out as a simple gathering held by Harold and Nancy LeMay with a couple friends, a lemonade stand, and few cars has grown into show that feature over 1,000 vintage vehicles and give the public an exclusive look into the LeMay Family Collection. Attendees will have a chance to view the LeMay Family Private Garages and the over-80 acres of the historic Marymount Grounds. The vast collection features not only vintage vehicles, but also dolls, antiques and other nostalgic memorabilia, and holds something for everyone.
This year we are celebrating electric and alternative powered vehicles! With our featured cars being electric powered cars made over 100 years ago! We hope the ideas and technology on display at our annual show will spark the imagination for generations to come. This year we will also have kid’s carnival with kid’s games, crafts, face painting, multiple food trucks, bouncy house, and fire truck for the families. Attendees will also have the opportunity to choose to participate in the Lucky Collector Car Auction on Saturday and Sunday. The auction has a variety of boats, pickups, cars from classics to the Cadillacs as well as Americana for those for you look from memorabilia or model cars.
This annual event is the only time the LeMay home grounds are open to the public.
For more information on the 42th Annual LeMay Car Show visit https://www.lemaymarymount.org/42nd-lemay-annualshow
For more information the Lucky Collector Car Auction visit www.luckyoldcar.com.
The LeMay Family Collection is a non-profit organization, with the vision of preserving and showcasing America’s artifacts for future generations. It is located at historic Marymount in Tacoma, Washington, and is open year-round for guided tours. The collection has its roots in Harold and Nancy LeMay’s personal automotive collection. Today, the LeMay Family Collection is home to hundreds of vintage vehicles as well as a variety of Americana, from dolls to antiques to farm equipment.