Comedian and car enthusiast Jay Leno will lead an extensive list of celebrities who will make special appearances at the March 2-4 Classic Auto Show (CAS) in Los Angeles.
The former Tonight Show host will meet with fans and sign autographs at the show’s Celebrity Stage on Sunday, March 4. Other automotive icons and TV stars attending the show include Magnus Walker, Chip Foose, Wayne Carini, and Dave Kindig.
Leno will make his first appearance at the Classic Auto Show to chat onstage about the collector car hobby. Currently hosting Jay Leno’s Garage on both CNBC and online, Leno also will also meet fans and sign autographs in the Jay Leno’s Garage Advanced Vehicle Care booth at the show, where his new line of car care products will be available to the public.
Wheeler Dealers host, Mike Brewer, returns to the show and will be this year’s official master of ceremonies. Making their first appearances at CAS is legendary car designer Steve Moal, the show’s grand marshal. Both Brewer and Moal will speak at the show and be available for autographs. Preeminent automotive appraiser and frequent Jay Leno’s Garage guest Donald Osborne will attend the event and talk to attendees about vehicle valuation and collecting.
Also making their CAS debut will be Porsche customizer and Urban Outlaw Magnus Walker; host of Stacey David’s Gearz and My Classic Car, Stacey David; All Girls Garage hosts Bogi Lateiner and Rachel DeBarros; Kevin Mack and Mike Henry of Count’s Kustoms and Counting Cars; as well as professional wrestling champion and automobile aficionado Bill Goldberg.
Returning to the show will be Foose; Kindig, who hosts Bitchin’ Rides, and Wayne Carini, host of Chasing Classic Cars.
Throughout the show, these celebrities will meet with fans, share stories, provide exclusive insights on how their programs are produced and offer expert advice on restoration and motoring.
“Having so many of today’s most respected automotive personalities under one roof is truly remarkable,” said Michael Carlucci, senior vice president at Clarion UX, the show’s producer. “Our goal is to create an unforgettable experience for attendees and with these stars onboard, we’ve done just that.”
The Classic Auto Show is supported by event sponsors Hagerty, Intercity Lines Inc., Meguiar’s, and ClassicCars.com.
For more information, visit TheClassicAutoShow.com.