Here's What They're Saying! 



"I am a member of United Brethren Masonic Lodge in Marlborough and also the Aleppo Shriners Wilmington. In 2008, I proposed to the lodge about having a car show in the summer of 2009 to celebrate the Masonic Lodge's 150th Anniversary being in Marlborough. It was agreed upon and since 2009 I have chaired the committee for the annual car show. Each year it has gotten bigger and better and this year it will be our 6th annual Marlboro Main Street Car Show." (


"The diverse show, free to spectators, welcomes classics, muscle, hot rods, exotics and antique vehicles, and is one of the few Massachusetts shows that stages vehicles along a downtown Main Street." ( 


“We have the whole Main Street and we are running out of space. There are people there from start to finish,” said Bob Archibald, who has headed up organizing the show since it began 10 years ago and worked to create a slice of nostalgia by transforming downtown with '50s doo-wop and the rumble of V-8s. “There’s something special about having this on Main Street.” (Telegram and Gazette) 


"Don’t ever take the car show off Main Street"

(The Community Advocate) 


"Special film cars have made appearances, including TV’s Batmobile and Herbie the Love Bug. Midget sprint race cars, dragsters, an antique fire engine and armored military vehicles have been featured. Music is always provided by renowned New England car-show DJ Dr. Dom, who mixes in trivia stumpers between fun songs of the ‘50s, ‘60s and ‘70s." 

(New England Auto Shows)


"It was all part of the city’s Main Street Car Show, which made its return this year after two years of COVID-19 pandemic cancellations."

"It feels good, said United Brethren Masonic Lodge member Alan Archibald told the Community Advocate last month ahead of the 2022 car show."

(United Way)


“I come here every year because it brings me a lot of memory from back ago,” said car show attendee. Juliana Tedesco. “It always brings me so much memory from my grandpas and grandmas and every year I come back here and try to do my best to recollect all the good memories.”

(Channel 7 News Boston)