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Antique car parade to travel from Hamilton to Fairfield, be on display in both cities

“We do that because we are a historical organization, and we like to honor the designers and manufacturers of these cars the way they were meant to be seen from the factory,” Combs said.

Combs said the parade is the oldest and largest antique car parade in the United States. The first parade was held in 1954 and this will be the 68th year for the event.

“It was started in 1954 by a small group of travelers that were crossing the United States on a tour in antique vehicles, and ever since that first year, it turned into a parade in Hamilton and Fairfield,” Combs said.

ExplorePHOTOS: From the archives: The 2013 Hamilton Antique Car Parade and Show

This year, leading the parade is a 1923 Auburn, owned by Bob Piper, a longtime club member and Hamilton resident.

“Bob has helped our organization greatly, throughout our existence, and we just wanted to honor him this year and make him the lead vehicle,” said Combs.

SCHEDULE

– Cars exhibited and judged from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

– Parade lineup is at 12:45 p.m. Parade will begin at 1 p.m. and travel to Fairfield.

– There will be short stop in Fairfield from 1:45 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.

– At 2:30 p.m., the cars will return to the Butler County Courthouse.

– There will be an awards ceremony around 3:30 p.m.

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There will be a DJ playing music during the event. There will also be a handful of food vendors on-site. Spectators can also visit the downtown Hamilton shops and restaurants.


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Visit journal-news.com to see a photo gallery following Saturday’s parade and events.

The Nuxhall family and The Nuxhall Foundation are deeply saddened to report that Donzetta Nuxhall, beloved wife of The...

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Donzetta was the proud wife of Cincinnati Reds player and broadcaster Joe Nuxhall, and after he died, she was “determined to help his story live on."

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Those who find the tickets will win a free tour of the Wonka factory, along with a lifetime supply of candy.","_id":"RS5UT7ZOMBBCROWXPYIM5IQGCU","additional_properties":"inline_comments":[],"comments":[],"type":"text","content":"“There comes a time in Willy Wonka’s life when he needs to retire, and he’s been very concerned about who he’s going give or sell his company to, and who is going to take over for him. So, he devises a plan. 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The first parade was held in 1954 and this will be the 68th year for the event.","_id":"MBJOVPQJTRFHNIMPCOUOW6QLEM","additional_properties":"inline_comments":[],"comments":[],"_id":1658491919609,"type":"text","content":"“It was started in 1954 by a small group of travelers that were crossing the United States on a tour in antique vehicles, and ever since that first year, it turned into a parade in Hamilton and Fairfield,” Combs said.","_id":"W5MSEEV5U5DQZD3PKKNIHPVXTQ","additional_properties":"comments":[],"_id":"SXFP7ON34NEFLA3POHDME5AYP4","type":"interstitial_link","content":"PHOTOS: From the archives: The 2013 Hamilton Antique Car Parade and Show","url":"https://www.journal-news.com/news/hamilton-antique-car-show-and-parade/3pjf8CLY4w3eFye8ZORaHM/","_id":"PJDTCLB7B5AH5LC5BQ2J7BGLLI","additional_properties":"inline_comments":[],"comments":[],"_id":1658491919610,"type":"text","content":"“We have cars that come from all over the United States,” Combs said. “We do have quite a few people that travel for this event. Most of them are people that have done it in the past that might have lived in Hamilton or Fairfield long ago, and they remember the event from their childhood. 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We have a huge array of cars from very old antique cars that people usually don’t generally get to see running, driving and on the road, things that you only see in museums, but you’ll be able to see these vehicles in action,” Combs said.","_id":"CSXGYA245JEKJGE2VVC7H6UG7M","additional_properties":"inline_comments":[],"comments":[],"_id":1658491919617,"type":"text","content":"For more information, or for a registration form, visit www.antiquecars.org. This year, there are 11 classes, and there are best of class awards as well as awards of distinction in those classes. There are also awards for “Best of Show,” pre-war and a “Best of Show,” post-war, which are the top two awards. 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