Announcements

The 3rd annual Boston Cup is less than a month away

August 4, 2014

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This year, in addition to 100 classic collector cars we will be showcasing race cars and electric vehicles. The show will again be free to the public with access inside the fence for paid ticket holders. A limited number of tickets will go on sale in August and will be offered on this website... Rich Doucette Founding Chairman The Boston Cup... read more


Thank You!

September 25, 2013

The organizers of The Boston Cup would like to offer a huge thank you to everyone who took part in Sunday's event. To the sponsors, the car owners, and the volunteers who braved the early morning rain, we couldn't have done it without you. Also, thank you to all of the friends of the Boston Cup who traveled from near and far to join us on the Boston Common. We hope you enjoyed the day. For those unable to attend or who miss... read more


The Boston Cup Featured in Boston.com

September 19, 2013

Come share in the newest chapter of the Massachusetts automotive tradition. Show runs from 9AM to 2PM. The vehicles of The Classic Car Show will be showcased by country of origin, featuring pre and post war vehicles from Japan, England, Germany, Italy, U.S., and "Made in Massachusetts." Come celebrate with us the innovations over time of design, speed, engineering, safety, and artistry. Select manufacturers will be on hand wit... read more


The Boston Cup Featured in Boston Common Magazine

"I love beautiful, classic cars. Some would call me a car guy. When the Trustees of the Reservation discontinued the annual September Castle Hill Concours d'Elegance in 2003 after 8 years, I felt a loss. When I attended the "Speed, Style and Beauty:Cars from the Ralph Lauren Collection" at the Museum of Fine Arts in 2005, I was inspired to put together another great classic car show in Boston." - Rich Doucette Read the ful... read more


Boston Globe: Batmobile rolls into town

May 23, 2013

"Batman’s original wheels — the car that the Caped Crusader drove on the 1960s TV series — made a surprise appearance on Boston Common Wednesday and, as you might imagine, it drew a curious crowd pretty quickly. The Batmobile, which Phoenix businessman Rick Champagne bought recently for $4.6 million, will be back at the Common Sunday, September 22 for the Boston Cup Classic Car Show, a fund-raiser for the Boston Parks &a... read more