Dozens of new cars, trucks and other vehicles will be shown at this weekend's 38th annual Jacksonville International Auto Show. | Jacksonville Automobile Dealers AssociationDozens of new cars, trucks and other vehicles will be shown at this weekend's 38th annual Jacksonville International Auto Show. | Jacksonville Automobile Dealers Association

Jacksonville International Auto Show rumbles into town

Published on February 13, 2024 at 12:23 pm

Piston powered or plugged in, the latest wheels from 30 car companies will shine this weekend at the 38th annual Jacksonville International Auto Show in the Prime Osborn Convention Center.

Everything from Audi to Volvo, with sports cars, electric vehicles, family haulers and trucks, will be on display under the former train station’s roof.

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The event is open from noon to 9 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m to 6 p.m. Sunday at the Prime Osborn, at 1000 Water St.

The Classic Car Museum of St. Augustine and the Mercedes-Benz Club’s local chapter also will have displays at the show. And a special event called Women, Wine and Wrenches will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday. Admission is $50 per person, with proceeds benefiting a Jacksonville nonprofit, organizers said.

Classic cars from the Classic Car Museum of St. Augustine were shown at last year’s Jacksonville International Auto Show. They ranged from a Ford Model T pickup, right, to a classic Jaguar, center, | Dan Scanlan, WJCT News 89.9

Parking is free. Admission is $15 for adults, $10 for military, $9 for seniors and free for children under 6.

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The annual event is sponsored by the Jacksonville Automobile Dealers Association.


author image Reporter, WJCT News 89.9 Dan Scanlan is a veteran journalist with almost 40 years of experience in radio, television, and print reporting. He has worked at various stations in the Northeast and Jacksonville. Prior to joining the WJCT News team, Dan spent 34 years at The Florida Times-Union as a police and current affairs reporter.
author image Reporter, WJCT News 89.9 Dan Scanlan is a veteran journalist with almost 40 years of experience in radio, television, and print reporting. He has worked at various stations in the Northeast and Jacksonville. Prior to joining the WJCT News team, Dan spent 34 years at The Florida Times-Union as a police and current affairs reporter.