CLASS LISTS


Automobile Classes

1 - American Pre-War Open/Closed 
2 - Antique (1900-1927) 
3 - European Pre War Open/Closed 
4 - American Post War open/closed 
5 - European Post War open/closed 
6.6 -  Rolls Royce 
6.7 - Bentley 
7 - Packard 
8 - American 50's Open 
9 - American 50's Closed 
10 - American 60's Open 
11 - American 60's Closed 
12 - American Muscle Car 60's 
13 - American Muscle Car 70's 
14 - British Misc. 
15 - Jaguar XK to 1960 
16 - Jaguar E Type 
17 - Jaguar Saloon 
18 - Mercedes 
19 - Italian Misc. 
20 - Ferrari 
21 - Maserati 
22 - Lamborghini
23 - Alfa Romeo 
24 - Corvette 1954 to 1962 
25 - Corvette 1963-1967 
26 - Corvette 1967 to 1972 
27 - T Bird 1955 to 1957 
28 - T Bird 1958 to 1970 
29 - Mustang 
30 - Shelby 
31 - Porsche 
32 - Race Car 
33 - Vintage Race Car 
33.1 - Vintage Indy Car 
34 - Hot Rod/Street Rod 
35 - Concept/Prototype 
36 - Woodie 
37 - Cadillac 
42 - Stutz 1911 - 1920 
42.1 -  Stutz 1921 - 1929 
42.2  - Stutz 1930 - 34 
42.3 - Stutz Preservation 
44 - Preservation, Original Un-Restored 
48 - SuperCars

Boat Classes

The classes below will be used as the primary guideline in determining the classes used for judging. Classes may be added or expanded to more accurately reflect the actual entries received, i.e. size of boat, manufacturer, etc. The classes are defined by ACBS guidelines as of November 2015

Historic - built before 1919
Antique - 1919 to 1942
Classic – 1943 to1975
Late Classic – 1976 to1990
Contemporary – A Wooden boat built within the past 25 years
Custom - modified or one of a kind (any year)
Classic Glass – to 1989 only
Replica - built as a copy of any production type boat (any year)

1. Historic Cruiser
2. Historic Runabout
3. Historic Utility
4. Historic Sail

5. Antique Cruiser
6. Antique Runabout
7. Antique Utility
8. Antique Outboard
9. Antique Sail

10. Classic Cruiser
11. Classic Runabout
12. Classic Utility
13. Classic Outboard
14. Classic Sail

15. Contemporary Cruiser
16. Contemporary Runabout
17. Contemporary Utility
18. Contemporary Outboard 
19. Contemporary Sail

20. Classic Glass
21. Replica
22. Custom / Other
29. Late Classic Cruiser
30. Late Classic Runabout
31. Late Classic Utility
32. Late Classic 
33. Late Classic Sail

Definitions: 
A Runabout includes an inboard engine, with the engine decked over. 
A Utility includes an inboard engine with removable box over the engine