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Perth Amboy BID Presents Classic Car Show Featuring 200 Autos, Batmobile and Pink Heals Fire Truck

Central N.J. Pink Heals is bringing their fire turck - a symbol of fighting cancer - to the Perth Amboy Classic Car Show.

The silver vehicle is 1917 Ford Hot Rod and turquoise auto is 1956 Ford T-Bird in City Hall Circle.

Michael Cabrera stands next to his 1953 Chevy pickup truck.

Children of all ages can connect with their inner superhero by holding the controls of the Black Knight's Batmobile during the 12th Annual Classic Car Show

Everyone who stops by the Central N.J. Pink Heals Fire Truck can write a message to a loved one or friend who is courageously facing or has faced a battle with cancer.”
— Junel Hutchinson, Executive Manager, BID
PERTH AMBOY , NEW JERSEY, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA , September 6, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Children, teens and adults can connect with their inner superhero by holding the controls of the Batmobile during Perth Amboy’s 12th Annual Classic Car Show. This Batmobile, featured at the Show on Saturday, September 8th, has been highlighted in movies, commercials and TV shows.

During the show, guests can also view the incredible sedans, limousines, convertibles, station wagons, sports and muscle cars from America’s Golden Age of Automobile production.

Batman’s vehicle is just one of 200 classic American cars on display in City Hall Circle at 260 High Street. The Classic Car Show, which is presented by the City’s Business Improvement District (BID) and the Raritan Bay Cruisers, motors into the city from noon to 4 PM.

Admission to the show is free – and children of all ages can sit in the Batmobile and connect with its power. The family dog can also hop in the vehicle. For more details, contact the BID’s Executive Manager Junel Hutchinson by calling 732-826-0290, ext. 4050 or 732-442-6421.

Ms. Hutchinson said, “We are proud to include the Pink Heals Fire Truck in our Classic Car Show. Founded by a firefighter and first responder, the Pink Heals organization has an active chapter in New Jersey. Everyone who stops by the Central N.J. Pink Heals Fire Truck can write a message to a loved one or friend who is courageously facing or has faced a battle with cancer. People are invited to make a donation to this non-profit organization, and contributions will aid cancer patients in many ways.”

The City by the Bay’s Classic Car Show is paying tribute to magnificent, American-made automobiles. More than 15 car clubs are exhibiting a cavalcade of exceptional cars. Car buffs can see huge autos with big fins, which were inspired by the nation’s mid-century fascination with the space program. These cars, which are loaded with gleaning chrome, have luxurious interiors with couch-size front and rear seats.

To help recreate the cruising experience, vocalists from “Sounds of the Street” will harmonize as they sing legendary “Doo Wop” songs. Richie the DJ is also bringing and playing his huge library of classic Rock ‘n’ Roll hits by top performers from the period. In addition to all the cars and music, there will be food vendors as well as merchants selling automobile memorabilia, equipment and clothing.

The Classic Car Show concludes with Perth Amboy Mayor Wilda Diaz and members of the Raritan Bay Cruisers presenting trophies to owners of the most exceptional autos.

About the Perth Amboy BID

The Perth Amboy BID serves local businesses, property owners, the community and visitors by scheduling and presenting a year-long schedule of special events. The programs include business seminars, skill building programs for employees, and such festivals as the Taste of Perth Amboy. The BID also provides façade grants to small businesses that make permanent improvements to their storefronts or buildings. In addition, the organization helps maintain and enhance the City’s streetscapes by installing information kiosks, planters and directional signs as well as seasonal decorations. For more information, contact BID Manager Junel Hutchinson at 732-826-0290, ext. 4048 or jhutchinson@perthamboynj.org.

Bob Rinklin
Essential Public Relations
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