CCCC car show supports automotive programs

The show is free, but donations are accepted


Central Carolina Community College (CCCC) will host its 7th annual Car and Motorcycle Show on Saturday, May 18, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the school’s Main Campus in Sanford.

The show is the school’s platform to showcase its automotive programs, with free admission and no registration fee. Donations are encouraged with all proceeds supporting CCCC’s automotive restoration and motorcycle mechanics programs.

All vehicle makes and models can compete, with awards and door prizes available for registered vehicles. Food trucks will be on hand, with countless opportunities to meet other motorcycle and auto enthusiasts while supporting an essential community program.

Funds raised by the show will help support the CCCC automotive restoration education and motorcycle mechanics programs. The programs provide comprehensive training for aspiring restoration technicians and motorcycle mechanics.

The restoration program includes training on metalworking, fabrication, painting, upholstery, electrical systems, engines, woodworking and welding. Students gain useful practical knowledge for a growing and lucrative field, learning methods and techniques for the restoration of antique and classic cars.

The motorcycle mechanics program trains students in the diagnosis, adjustment, inspection and repair techniques of motorcycles and ATVs.

Both diplomas and certificates are offered, and you can get more information at or by stopping by the car show.