Classic Car Displays

March 5, 6, 12, 13

This is a must-see display of one-of-a-kind cars! FREE shuttle service available at Island Way and Dana Point Harbor Drive for easy access to the Harbor walkway area.

March 5 & 6

So Cal Woodies – The best of the best will be on display from 10 AM to 4 PM from the official Southern California Chapter of the National Woodie Club. Stroll along the Harbor walkway and enjoy this unique display! The Club’s goal is to promote the wooden car, and the role it has played throughout automotive history, especially in the California surf culture. For more information visit

Pacific Coast Corvettes Presents The Legendary Vette – The Harbor walkway will be replete with a several generations of Corvettes the first weekend of the Festival from 10 AM to 4 PM. The Chevrolet Corvette, known colloquially as the Vette, is a sports car manufactured by Chevrolet. The car has been produced through seven generations. The first model, a convertible, was designed by Harley Earl and introduced at the GM Motorama in 1953 as a concept show car. Myron Scott is credited for naming the car after the type of small, maneuverable warship called a corvette. Originally built in Flint, Michigan and St. Louis, Missouri, the Corvette is currently manufactured in Bowling Green, Kentucky and is the official sports car of the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

March 12 & 13

The Austin Healey Association of Southern California, along with the Jaguar Owners club of LA present the British Invasion

Join the British Invasion along the Harbor Walkway from 10 AM to 4 PM and enjoy a unique display of fine British motorcars including Austin-Healeys, Jaguars, Triumphs and others.

Austin-Healey is a British sports car maker established in 1952 through a joint venture between the Austin division of the British Motor Corporation (BMC) and the Donald Healey Motor Company (Healey), a renowned automotive engineering and design firm. It was the first affordable mass produced sports car that could go over 100 MPH. Classic Austin-Healeys, “Big Healeys”, were produced from 1953 through 1967. The company also produced the Austin-Healey Sprite (1958 -69) and the Jensen-Healey (1972 -76). All of the Healeys were active in auto racing including European rallies, Le Mans, and Seibring. Most Austin Healeys were produced for the North American market, and California probably is the home to more Healeys today than any other state. For more, see

Jaguar is also the producer of classic British sports cars. Jaguar got its name by producing a series of successful eye-catching sports cars, the Jaguar XK120 (1948–54), Jaguar XK140 (1954-7), Jaguar XK150 (1957–61), and Jaguar E-Type (1961-75). The company is still producing cars today, more recently being owned by British Leyland, Ford and now by Tata Motors of India. Jaguar is synonymous with British racing prestige, dating back to Stirling Moss’ 1950s heyday. Jaguar enjoyed great success at Le Mans in the 50s – totaling five wins in seven years. It moved into the Formula 1 mainstream when Ford bought Jackie Stewart’s team in 1999, as Jaguar Racing’s first Grand Prix came at Australian in 2000. For more on Jaguars, see

Also joining the Austin Healeys and Jaguars will be other British cars, including Triumphs, Morgans and MGs.