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Hi I’m Brian Harrell, I created this blog to talk about some of the amazing cars that come to The Rock N Roll Classic Car Show at Pavilions. Here I want to talk about the best Classic Cars in History.

Some of them embeded in your minds as the best classic cars of all time, some that never got their time to shine but were amazing classics in their own right.

I’m a huge fan of Classic Cars and strive to own my own 1972 Triumph TR6, I now it’s not  a common one but you find rare classic beauties like that here on my blog.

A little more about the Rock N Roll Classic;

It all began back in April 1990. Two of Kramer’s employees were driving through Mesa when they noticed a group of classic cars parked outside a Carl’s Jr. Curious, they stopped to investigate. A friendly conversation with the car owners revealed that they were about to lose their parking-lot privileges. The “Rock ‘n’ Roll McDonald’s” in Scottsdale seemed like the perfect new destination for the classic cars, and a Valley tradition was born.

On the very first Saturday night, there were maybe 10 or 12 cars. The second week, there were 20. By the fifth Saturday, there were a hundred cars,” says Mark Kramer.

Now an average night brings in anywhere from 250 to 500 cars and up to 150 motorcycles. “The neat part is that when this started, it was just the car owners and their significant others,” Kramer notes.

There are no set hours for the event, but vehicles usually start to arrive around 4 p.m. Cars come and go throughout the evening, and people start to head home around 9 p.m. McDonald’s area supervisor Chico Espinoza adds, “We always have the real diehards who come just every single week around noon and stay until the end.” If you love cool old cars, you’ll understand why.

The Scottsdale Pavilions Car Show
Details: This Gathering Takes place every Saturday evening. Parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Where: 9140 East Indian Bend in Scottsdale, Rock-n-Roll McDonald’s.