NEW Parade Information

NEW for 2022

The same concept as 2021 with a class change to segregate the Big Three manufacturers – Ford, GM, and Mopar.

Note – All awards will be presented after the return to downtown

We have established a Concours style format with 11 classes as follows:


A-1     –     Prewar Ford – cars & trucks
A-2     –     Prewar All Others – cars & trucks
B-1     –     Postwar Ford – cars & trucks
B-2a   –     GM cars & trucks (1946 – 1968)
B-2b   –     GM cars & trucks (1969 – 1997)
B-2c   –     Corvette (1953 – 1997)
C        –     Mopar cars & trucks through 1997
D        –     All other cars & trucks through 1997
E        –     2 or 3 wheel vehicles (includes bicycles) through 1997
F        –     Unrestored cars & trucks through 1997
                 75% original paint and interior   &   Unrestored chassis & underhood

G        –    All vehicles over 1 ton through 1997


Best of Show Prewar
Best of Show Postwar
Best of Class – Best of class will be awarded in each of the 11 classes.
Award of Distinction – These will be awarded to a proportional number of vehicles in each class. There will be 43 “Distinction” awards presented. For example, if we have a total of 200 vehicles (all classes) with 43 awards each class will have a 21.5% (rounded as necessary) ratio. If Class A had 44 vehicles, awards would be as follows:

Best of Class – 1
Awards of Distinction – 9

Note: Sponsorships will be for all classes; a general trophy category. Sponsorship will not be by individual classes.

Best of Show Awards are sponsored by:
Rods Restoration

Lead vehicle award provided by The Antique and Classic Car Club of Butler County.


Parade is open to all American and foreign vehicles 1896 – 1997 in restored or original condition. No modified cars or street rods.

No aftermarket wheels – No replicars – Vehicles must be clean and free of advertising.

Preregistration: Prewar (1942 & older) – Free. Postwar (1946 – 1997) – $10.00.
Day of Event Registration: $20.00 for all.

Preregistration is requested for all entries to reduce workload and congestion on parade day. The parade is a presentation of the Antique and Classic Car Club of Butler County. You may register by mail or in person on parade day.

Bicycles – No Parade

Sorry –      No Farm or Garden Tractors

Note –       Trailers, tow vehicles, and canopies are not permitted on the show field.

Trailer parking is available. Call 513-314-0400, DAY OF EVENT ONLY

Donations Accepted.

Make checks payable to ACCCBC. Thank You.
Mail To:
Parade Headquarters
P.O. Box 237
Hamilton, OH 45012


To download the parade flyer, click HERE

If you have any questions, please Contact Us