What started out as a small fund raising event for a local Rotary club has grown to one of the premier Concours d’Elegance shows in the Pacific Northwest. The 5th Annual Alderwood-Terrace Rotary Classic, Sports & Muscle Car show will be set around the beautiful 18th fairway of the Lynnwood Golf Course amid water features and towering trees.
The show features a display of 60 hand-picked cars as well as several SOVERN Historic racing cars from bygone eras. This is a Pacific Northwest Region Classic Car Club of America calendar event and national points are up for grabs for Classic car entrants, according to Kim Pierce, event chairman and a member of the Alderwood-Terrace Rotary Club. The Porsche 356 Group Northwest will fill the Sports Car division.
There will be no admission charge though guests are invited to make donations in support of the Rotary Club’s Foundation, which benefits a
variety of youth-oriented activities. Additionally, a wine tasting will be offered.
“We have come a very long way,” said Pierce, referring to the first event held at his home with 10 cars and a few invited guests and neighbors. Two
years later, the show moved to the Edmonds Yacht Club and then moved again to the Lynnwood Golf Course last year. “The setting is truly wonderful and
we’ll have some cars here that have been shown at Pebble Beach in the past,” Pierce said. “The Muscle cars are all unmodified originals, unlike
many of the local shows around the area. And we have some great support from car clubs and associations.”
The show will be open from 1-5 p.m., Saturday, June 23 at the Lynnwood Golf Course, 20200 68th Ave. W., in Lynnwood.