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Rev up your summer with The New Hope Automobile Show


The 67th edition of The New Hope Automobile Show promises to be among its best yet.

Taking place Saturday, Aug. 12, and Sunday, Aug. 13, on the grounds of the New Hope-Solebury High School, 180 W. Bridge St., New Hope, the show is a rare opportunity to see and appreciate the design and technology of automobile manufacturers from all over the world.

This year, The New Hope Automobile Show is celebrating four milestone auto anniversaries. On Saturday, the show will honor the 70th anniversary of the Corvette. On Sunday, it will honor the 100th anniversary of the MG, 75th anniversary of Porsche, and 75th anniversary of the Lotus.

Spectators will be treated to an entirely separate field of vehicles each day, with Saturday featuring domestic vehicles and Sunday featuring foreign vehicles – from vintage and classic to rods and tuner cars. A full slate of vehicles can be viewed at

Both Saturday and Sunday editions of the show will feature the 2023 poster car, a 1971 Lotus Type 69 Formula 2 race car.

Gates open to the public each day at 9 a.m. with the show running until 4 p.m. Tickets may be purchased at the gate: $10 general admission; active duty military personnel and their dependents attend for free (must show ID). Children age 12 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. On-site parking is $5.

The New Hope Automobile Show is presented by New Hope Helping. The mission of New Hope Helping has grown from raising funds to support the needs of the New Hope-Solebury School District to fundraising efforts to support the community at large via auto-show-related events, cultural events, sports, and music.

New Hope Helping has been responsible for providing the New Hope-Solebury High School with a new gymnasium, 17-acre recreation field, Community Center, and track, as well as annual scholarships to New Hope-Solebury High School seniors. Additional donations are provided to regional nonprofits.

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