FEATURES, CLASSES & CORRALS

Formal registration for the 2014 Carmel Artomobilia will begin on January 6, 2014.  Interested parties can register online, by fax, or by USPS as exhibitors in a Judged Class or Car Corral, or as an Event Volunteer online.  Registration will continue through Monday, July 7, 2014.  Please register early, due to the popularity of the event we've closed registration earlier each year.  Early registrants will be given preference. 

Specialty Classes

The following Specialty Classes highlight a broad cross-section of automotive design.  Register Now 

  • FM: Featured Marque - 50 Years of Mustang - This class features original or restored, period-correct, Ford Mustang and Mustang-based production cars and racecars from 1965 – 2014. No replicas/recreations please.
     
  • EM: Emeritus - This class features exclusively past year's "Artomobilia First in Class" or "Artomobilia Best in Show" winners across all makes, models and years.
     
  • TN: Then & Now - This class features original, period-correct models, both its past model alongside its present model. Examples include the classic 50's Volkswagen Beetle and the late model Beetle.
     
  • CS: Carroll Shelby Cars - This class features original, period-correct cars built by and/or influenced by Carroll Shelby from the 50's to the present day, including his influence on the Ford GT.
     
  • NG: Next Generation - This class features a cross-section of cars, all years, makes and models, that are owned by individuals 18 years or younger. The purpose of this class is to provide a forum for the next generation of car enthusiasts and collectors.
     
  • GTO1: Pontiac GT0: 1964 – 1974 - Highlighting the 50th year anniversary of the Pontiac GTO brand, this class will feature all original, period-correct GTOs that were built, and in many ways defined, the "Muscle Car" era in American automotive history.
     
  • GTO2: Pontiac GT0: 2004 – 2006 - Building on the heritage of the GTO, entrants in this class feature the GTO revival from 2004 to 2006 model years represented by an import for Pontiac, a left-hand drive version of the Holden Monaro, itself a coupé variant of the Holden Commodore.
     

  • CB: Classic Wooden Boats - This class, for exhibition-only in 2014, features original or restored period-correct wooden boats manufactured between 1910 – 1959.
     
  • TR1: Trucks: 1915 – 1946 - This class, for exhibition-only in 2014, features original or restored, period-correct, truck models produced from 1915 – 1946.
     
  • TR2: Trucks: 1947 – 1959 - This class, for exhibition-only in 2014, features original or restored, period-correct, truck models produced from 1947 – 1959.

Traditional Classes

The following Traditional Classes highlight a broad cross-section of automotive design.  Register Now ›

  • A: Antique: Pre 1924 - This class features original or restored, period-correct models, including Ford Model A, Ford Model T, and Brass-era cars.

  • AC1: American Car: 1925 – 1954 - This class features original or restored, period-correct American convertible, coupe, or sedan models produced from 1925 – 1954.

  • AC2: American Car: 1955 – 1973 - This class features original or restored, period-correct American convertible, coupe, or  sedan models produced from 1955 – 1973.

  • ASC1: American Sports Cars: 1948 – 1959 - This class features original or restored, period-correct American sports car models produced from 1948 – 1959.

  • ASC2: American Sports Cars: 1960 – 1973 - This class features original or restored, period-correct American sports car models produced from 1960 – 1973.

  • ASC3: American Sports Cars: 1974 – Present - This class features original or restored, period-correct American sports car models produced from 1974 – Present.

  • CC: Classic Cars: 1925 – 1948 - This class includes "closed top" and "open top" original or restored, period-correct fine or unusual motor cars which were produced from 1925 – 1948.

  • EC1: European Car: 1925 – 1973 - This class features original or restored, period-correct European convertible, coupe, or sedan car models produced from 1925 – 1973.

  • EC2: European Car: 1974 – Present - This class features original or restored, period-correct European convertible, coupe, or sedan car models produced from  1974 - Present.

  • ESC1: European Sports Car: 1925 – 1960 - This class features original or restored, period-correct European sports car models produced from 1925 – 1960.

  • ESC2: European Sports Car: 1961 – 1973 - This class features original or restored, period-correct European sports car models produced from 1961 – 1973.

  • ESC3: European Sports Car: 1974 – Present- This class features original or restored, period-correct European sports car models produced from 1974 – Present.

  • EX: Exotic: 1974 – Present - This class features original or restored, period-correct, low-production or rare sportscar models produced from 1974 – Present.

  • GT: Grand Touring: 1974 – Present - This class features original or restored, period-correct, grand touring 2-door coupe models produced from 1974 – Present.

  • MP1: Muscle & Pony: 1964 – 1974 - This class features original or restored, period-correct, muscle car or pony car models produced from 1964 – 1974.

  • MP2: Muscle & Pony: 1975 – Present - This class features original or restored, period-correct, muscle car or pony car models produced from 1975 – Present.

  • MP3: Non-Muscle: 1962 – 1974 - This class features original or restored, period-correct, non-muscle car models featuring low-horse power six-cylinder or eight-cylinder engines, with 2- or 4-barrel carburetors, produced from 1962 – 1974.

  • SC: Super Cars: 1974 – Present - This class features original or restored, period-correct, high-performance sportscar models produced from 1974 – Present.

  • VH: Vintage Hot Rods: 1940 – 1960 - This class features original or restored, period-correct, traditional hot rods initially customized/built between 1940 – 1960.

Car Corrals

Car Corrals are organized by national and local foreign and domestic car clubs and are featured along Rangeline Road (North & South).  Each club or group can display ten (10) cars in each corral.  Here, car clubs present their best and most interesteing cars, highlighting a broad array of automotive thought, preference, design and popular acceptance.  While exhibition-only, the Car Corrals provide a unique opportunity for car clubs to centrally meet and celebrate its favorite makes and/or models.  Register Now 

  • Acura NSX
  • Alfa Romeo
  • Audi
  • BMW
  • Buick
  • Cadilac
  • Chevrolet Camaro
  • Chevrolet Corvette
  • Chrysler
  • DeLorean
  • Dodge Viper
  • Fiat
  • Ford Mustang
  • Ford Thunderbird
     
  • Jaguar
  • Lotus
  • Maserati
  • Mercedes Benz
  • MINI
  • Motorcycles - American
  • Motorcycles - Italian
  • Motorcycle - Other
  • Nissan Z
  • Pontiac
  • Porsche
  • Saleen
  • Subaru
  • Volkswagen