We Reserve the Right to Refuse Entry
- 1963 and prior TRADITIONAL style rods and customs ONLY, Stock is fine too
- No billet wheels
- No digital gauges
- No IFS on fender-less cars
- No mag wheel styles made after the 60's
- Traditional looking choppers and bobbers ONLY! (No modern West Coast Choppers,
OCC style bikes)
- No theme cars, No junk rods
- No Burn Outs
- No Outside Alcohol!
We are asking attendees to please not bring any alcoholic beverages into the show. Alcohol not bought from the Elk's Bar not only jeopardizes the Elk's liquor license, it also jeopardizes the future of our show. It takes away from the numerous charities that receive funds from the Elk's as they are a non-profit and proceeds from their bar benefit local charities across the state.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is "traditional" style?
If you don’t know what a 40s, 50's or 60's styled hot rod or custom is, check out our photo gallery.
Is HRFO a “Rat Rod” show or Rock-a-Billy revival?
No, HRFO is a Nostalgia Hot Rod and Kustom event. We are dedicated to preserving the history of hot rodding and custom cars.
I have a fiberglass body car, can I bring it to the show?
Yes, as long as it's traditionally styled
I have a post 63 car/truck that has the same body style as the 1963 (or prior model), can I bring it to the show?
Yes. An example of this would be a 64 Chevy C10 pick-up. They had the same body style from 1960-1966, and all of those model years are welcome at the show as long as they are traditionally styled.