The Carmel Artomobilia announces car classes for 2014.

The Carmel Artomobilia is now accepting entries for the twenty-seven Specialty and Traditional automotive classes to be featured in the 2014 Carmel Artomobilia, hosted in the Carmel Arts & Design District, on Saturday, August 23, 2014.

To register for a judged class, visit: http://www.carmelartomobilia.com/class-registration/

To register for a car corral, visit: http://www.carmelartomobilia.com/corral-registration/

Specialty Classes

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

  • FM: Featured Marque - 50 Years of Mustang - This class features original or restored, period-correct, Ford Mustang and Mustang-based production cars and race cars 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.
  • 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.

  • A: Antique: Pre 1924 
  • AC1: American Car: 1925 – 1954 
  • AC2: American Car: 1955 – 1973 
  • ASC1: American Sports Cars: 1948 – 1959 
  • ASC2: American Sports Cars: 1960 – 1973 
  • ASC3: American Sports Cars: 1974 – Present
  • CC: Classic Cars: 1925 – 1948
  • EC1: European Car: 1925 – 1973
  • EC2: European Car: 1974 – Present
  • ESC1: European Sports Car: 1925 – 1960
  • ESC2: European Sports Car: 1961 – 1973
  • ESC3: European Sports Car: 1974 – Present
  • EX: Exotic: 1974 – Present
  • GT: Grand Touring: 1974 – Present
  • MP1: Muscle & Pony: 1964 – 1974
  • MP2: Muscle & Pony: 1975 – Present
  • MP3: Non-Muscle: 1962 – 1974
  • SC: Super Cars: 1974 – Present
  • VH: Vintage Hot Rods: 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. 

  • 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