Hosted by The Roanoke Beautification Foundation, Rolling into Roanoke is a fundraiser that supports downtown Roanoke, as well as the Auburn Cord Deusenburg Automobile Museum and the National Auto and Truck Museum in Auburn, IN.
Early Vintage Classics, Exotic Sports Cars, American Muscle Cars, High Performance & Custom Street Rods, Museum Cars from ACD, NATMUS, Early Ford V-8, The Kruse Museum, National Military History Museum, the Northeast Racers Museum , The 1940 GM Futurliner Parade of Progress from the NATMUS Museum, the GM/UAW Made In America Promo Semi-Trailer with RC Slot Car racing tent.
The 50’s era “Big Fin Rocket Cars” of 1950-1962, the Corvette (stock and custom) with an exhibit of one from every generation and our best attempt of one from every year, the MOPAR muscle cars from Chrysler, Plymouth and Dodge from 1962-1974 and the rebirth of the Charger, Challenger, Magnum and Viper 2005-2016
"One day, Rolling into Roanoke will be recognized as one of the midwest's premier car shows."
- Rick Fischer, Event Organizer
$20.00 Pre-Registration Before July 18th which will include a hat, dash plaque, goody bag and a registration for door prizes. There is also a chance to be among the featured cars on Main St. or downtown (cars downtown are reserved for sponsors, featured tribute cars (different each year), special exhibit cars, museum cars, car clubs and personal invitation cars. Show cars downtown must stay all day).
Military personal and veterans and/or GM employees receive $5.00 off entry fee.
$20.00 entry fee and show in the town park, approximately the first 400 cars will receive a dash plaque and a goody bag (while supplies last) and a registration for door prizes.
Unique Antique Shops, Boutiques, Fine Dining, Local TWO-EE's Winery & Pubs, History Museum, Vibrant & Charming Town
The GM “Parade of Progress” Futurliner Promo bus of 1939, live music and a Food Court in the park from 10AM - 4PM, Two EE’s Winery on Main St. serving wine and wine slushies (downtown only), GM/UAW Made in America Promo Semi-trailer with RC car racing tent, Museum Cars from ACD, NATMUS, Early Ford-V8, The Kruse Museum.
Early Vintage & Classics, Exotic Sports Cars, American Muscle Cars, High Performance & Custom Street Rods