Car enthusiasts have been celebrating and showing off their classic cars for East Texans for the past 25 years at the East Texas Auto & Cycle Show all while raising money for an East Texas non-profit organization that supports people in need. This years' silver anniversary show is celebrating with a tribute to the classic movie American Graffiti. The theme of this years' event is "where were you in '62?" and the show will feature cars spanning from the 50's to 1962. In addition to the theme showcasing cars from the era, there will be vehicles of all makes, models and years on display, some of which are pretty rare.

This years' featured car is the Kirkham 427 KMS/SC Polished Aluminum Cobra made by Kirkham Motorsports (pictured above). The show is more than just cars too, there's also entertainment for the entire family including digital slot car racing for the kids! The East Texas Auto & Cycle Show is a fundraiser for the East Texas Crisis Center. The center helps women and children escape family violence and abuse in their home.

The East Texas Auto & Cycle Show is open:

  • Friday 20th - 4p - 9p
  • Saturday 21st - 9a - 7p
  • Sunday 22nd - 9a - 4p

Tickets may be purchased at the doors of Harvey Convention Center in Tyler during show hours. Learn more about the East Texas Crisis Center and the work they do for East Texas families and come out and have a great time this weekend!