New website up for West Seattle Car Show, set for September 14

July 15, 2014 at 3:14 pm | In Fun stuff to do, West Seattle news | 6 Comments

(WSB file photo)
Yes, the West Seattle Car Show is definitely a go for September 14th, and its new website has just gone live, announces Oliver Little, producing the show again this year, with new co-presenters Swedish Automotive and West Seattle Autoworks (both WSB sponsors), who stepped up to continue the legacy of car-show founder Michael Hoffman, who died in March, just 47 years old.

As always, you’ll be able to wander the streets of The Junction admiring hundreds of vehicles; admission will be free as usual, with optional raffles/drawings that will raise money for Pencil Me In For Kids, which provides school supplies to children in need. So mark your calendar – 10 am-4 pm Sunday, September 14th – and stand by for news of applications, plus sponsorship info, soon.


  1. Looking forward to it!



    Comment by miws — 3:22 pm July 15, 2014 #

  2. YES!!!!! Just emailed and texted a bunch of friends. Hope it’s awesome. :)

    Comment by ms. — 3:57 pm July 15, 2014 #

  3. Pray for good weather!

    Comment by Michael McA. — 4:28 pm July 15, 2014 #

  4. Will vehicles newer than 1972 be allowed? They have not been in the past and that is just wrong.

    Comment by Casey — 6:04 pm July 15, 2014 #

  5. Right on! I can’t wait!

    Comment by Mat — 8:34 pm July 15, 2014 #

  6. Can you do the show the following weekend September 20-21? Im always out of town during the show and have a 1972 Mustang i really want to bring to it. Ive been to the show a couple times before i had my car and loved it! Now i have a car to bring, but unfortunately am always out of town.

    Comment by Zak — 1:09 pm July 16, 2014 #

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