Boston Cup Classic Car Show Revs Its Engines On The Common

Photo: Jay Willett (WBZ NewsRadio)

BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — Around 100 classic cars got to park on the Boston Common without worrying about getting a ticket Sunday.

The 12th annual Boston Cup Classic Car Show featured the past and present of the auto industry on full display for free.

"You’ll never see this many vintage or exotic cars in any one place without having to pay a small fortune," said Rick Doucette, the show's founding chairman.

Vintage vehicles at this year's event included a 1982 H-M-Vehicles Free-Way, a 1965 Ford GT40, and a 1926 Sunbeam.

"We have pictures of the car at [an] Earl’s Court show back in 1926," Sunbeam owner Nick Groll told WBZ NewsRadio. "Price of £1125. Most houses in those days only cost £50 to £100."

This year also featured a "super car" category, which Doucette described as "cars that are extremely expensive and go extremely fast."

WBZ's Jay Willett (@JayWillettWBZ) reports.

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