You're Coming To Our Hurricane Relief Car Show THIS SUNDAY In New Jersey, Right? RIGHT?

Photo credit Raphael Orlove/Jalopnik
Photo credit Raphael Orlove/Jalopnik

What could you possibly be doing the Sunday after Thanksgiving? If you’re like me, you’ll spend most of the day finding some creative and exciting way to consume turkey leftovers. But there’s a better way to live. Come to our rescheduled hurricane relief benefit car show in Newark. Bring the cars, bring the family, and bring the cash because it’s for charity.

This is your latest (but not last) reminder that our car show is this Sunday, Nov. 26 in Newark. We hope to see you out there.


What: The Jalopnik Auto Show For Hurricane Relief. RSVP here.

Where: A big dang parking lot in New Jersey! Do you have any idea how hard it is to find a huge vacant lot in the greater New York City area? This took weeks!

But the folks at Edison Properties kindly stepped up to donate a lot for us to use, and we’re grateful to them for it.

The address is 246 Market Street, Newark, New Jersey 07102.

When: Sunday, Nov. 26, from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. We’ll be there to move the cars into place. Get there early if you can, but we imagine cars will be coming in and out on a rolling basis.


Who: You! Bring whatever car or cars you want, whether it’s Jalop-tastic or just your boring daily. It doesn’t matter if you have a Morgan Three-Wheeler or a Honda Accord. Bring your friends. Bring your spouses. Bring your dogs.

All proceeds will be split three ways and donated directly to the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund, United For Puerto Rico and The Miami Foundation.


How Much: Just $10 a person to get in! RSVP here, or pay at the door. That’s $10 per person, not per car, by the way. And if you can’t make it but want to donate a ticket anyway, we’d be eternally thankful.

Come on out. It’s better than watching football, or even Justice League.

Editor-in-Chief at Jalopnik. 2002 Toyota 4Runner.

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