2020 Car Show
IDIDIT’s Annual Car Show & Open House Set for Sept. 19TH, 2020
TECUMSEH, MICHIGAN: Have all of your summer plans been cancelled? Are you looking for something fun to do? Come and join us at the 29th Annual IDIDIT Car Show and Open house. The event is set for Saturday, September 19th, 2020 and registration is now open.
For those who wish to print and mail, Download Registration Form Here.
The annual event is held on IDIDIT’s campus in Tecumseh, MI. The daylong event includes a car show, facility tours, a vendor tent, food trucks and a live DJ. This year the ever popular PANCAKE BREAKFAST is making its return! IDIDIT will once again be sponsoring the Lenawee Humane Society raffle, this year a Model A will be given away.
Our Car Show is open to any show-worthy vehicle regardless of year, make or model, the popular gathering celebrates car culture in all its forms, offering a family atmosphere in which to enjoy classic vehicles of yesterday and today. As always, registration is free but we ask that each participant bring in canned goods/non-perishable food items that will be given to area service clubs to distribute to local families in need.
Car show contestants will compete for one-of-a-kind trophies made in-house by IDIDIT craftspeople in nine total categories:
- 1948-Older Street Rod
- 1949-’64 Car
- 1965-’79 Car
- 1980-Newer Car
- 1948-’66 Truck
- 1967-’87 Truck
- 1988-Newer Truck
- Best Garage Build
- Founder’s Choice
IDIDIT’s open house tradition was started nearly three decades ago as a way for the steering column maker to thank customers and for one car enthusiasts to have last hurrah before having to tuck our hot rods away for the winter. The first show was a great success and has been growing in popularity ever since, more than 350 vehicles were on display at last year’s show! “Every year we see an increase in attendance and it is our hope that this year is no exception. “ said Trever Cornwell of IDIDIT. “Our participants bring in some of the most beautiful cars and trucks from throughout the Great Lakes region. It is a great way for car enthusiasts to get together and enjoy the hot rodding life!”