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29th Annual San Francisco “Old Car Picnic” | Golden Gate Park

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Saturday, October 21, 2017 - All Day | Cost: FREE*
*Free to gawk. Cost to show off your ride: Cars & trucks $40, motorcycles $20, bicycles $10.

Hellman Hollow | John F. Kennedy Drive and Transverse Drive, San Francisco, CA



Celebrate the 29 years of San Francisco Old Car Picnic (formerly Jimmy’s Old Car Picnic) showing off cars from 1987 or older at Hellman Hollow (Speedway Meadow) in Golden Gate Park.

2017 San Francisco Old Car Picnic
Saturday, October 21, 2017 | 7 am to 4 pm
Hellman Hollow (formerly Speedway Meadow), 50 Overlook Dr, GG Park, SF
FREE to gawk.
Cost to show off your ride: Cars & trucks $40, motorcycles $20, bicycles $10.

Everyone is welcome, no car is required. Bring your family, bring your camera and bring a picnic lunch or BBQ. Their permit is very strict and does not allow vendors or amplified music.

Bringing an old car? Last year there was a 1987 or older year limit for vehicles. No vehicles larger than 3/4 ton pickup. No other vehicles allowed on meadow. No exceptions. No in & outs. We expect it to be the same this year.

The picnic started in 1988 when classic car-loving friends got together in Golden Gate Park to celebrate Jimmy O’Keefe’s brithday. It has since grown into the largest and longest running show of its kind in San Francisco and includes cars, trucks, and motorcycles of all types, as well as a good number of oddballs.


Links: Event details

Cost: FREE*

*Free to gawk. Cost to show off your ride: Cars & trucks $40, motorcycles $20, bicycles $10.

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Categories: **Annual Event**, *Top Pick*, Art & Museums, Fairs & Festivals, History, Kids & Families, San Francisco
Address: John F. Kennedy Drive and Transverse Drive, San Francisco, CA
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