MassBay To Host Annual All-Vehicle Show on May 6

ASHLAND – MassBay Community College will host its annual All Vehicle Show on Sunday, May 6 at the MassBay Automotive Technology Center in Ashland.

The free show, open to the public, is from 8 a.m. until noon at 250 Eliot Street.

The rain date is Saturday, May 12.

The show features vehicles of all genres – from 1930s roadsters to modern muscle cars to imported vehicles.

The spectators that attend will vote for the top 20 vehicles and the People’s Choice Award, in addition the MassBay alumni will vote for the Alumni Choice Awards.

The All Vehicle Show is an opportunity for car enthusiasts to showcase their vehicles to the community and for prospective students, newly admitted students and the community to tour the automotive technology center and attend an information session to learn about the automotive technology program.

MassBay Automotive Technology Faculty members will also be showcasing its newly purchased Dynapack dynamometer, which can simulate a variety of driving conditions without driving the vehicle and teaches students a deeper understanding of automotive performance.

Individuals interesting in participating can register their vehicle the morning of the show, any questions can be directed to John Gallagher at 781-239-3045. Registering your vehicle costs $10 and all proceeds benefit student scholarships.

MassBay’s Auto Technology is the premier automotive training center in the New England region offering programs that are sponsored by four major automotive brands; BMW, Toyota/Lexus, General Motors, and JEEP/Chrysler/Dodge/Ram, providing students with in-depth, product-specific automotive technology programs. Students are trained on the newest cars using state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment. The program has a hands-on paid co-op component, enabling students to learn in a professional setting while earning money and college credit simultaneously. MassBay’s automotive program has a 99% placement rate of graduates into full-time jobs by graduation.

Prospective students who are interested in learning more about the school’s automotive technology program are encourage to attend a 10 a.m. information session and tour the automotive labs. Students are encouraged to RSVP at


Photo from the 2017 show in Ashland. Courtesy of MassBay Community College

Framingham Source Editor Susan Petroni

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