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  • Supporting UVU scholarships
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Auto Expo

Mission Statement

To provide funding for scholarships for UVU students involved in Automotive Training Programs, preservation of the automotive tradition through showcasing quality vintage and modern vehicles and workmanship, and to prepare and train people for a career in the Automotive Field.


carshow2018 Auto Expo & Swap Meet


Auto Expo: Saturday, May 19th 

Auto Swap Meet: Friday-Saturday, May 18th & 19th


PRE-REGISTER your vehicle FEB 1 - MAY 12 at $20 per vehicle / $10 for each additional vehicle

DAY OF THE SHOW registration: $25 PER VEHICLE


 Friday - Social/Prizes/Awards :  1-5:30;  Cruise begins 5:30

                                                                                     Swap Meet  12 pm - 4 pm
Saturday - Auto Expo and Swap Meet  7 am - 5 pm 

Spectator-Public Entrance Fee $5 for both Auto Expo & Swap Meet

Click here for Printable Flyer for Auto Expo & Swap Meet

Click here to reserve your Swap Meet space 

UVU Policy strictly prohibits the following on its grounds: CAMPING, OPEN FIRES, GRILLING.However, participants are welcome to join our Friday night BBQ ($5) at the Sparks Automotive Building starting at 7pm immediately following the Cruise.


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For More Information

Contact: Katreena Davis at 801-863-7022 / daviska@uvu.edu or Michelle Scott at 801-863-8349 / mscott@uvu.edu


A UVU Classic - By Jim Rayburn 1987

For 26 years, the UVU Auto Expo has showcased hot cars and the institution’s vocational roots. A quarter-century later, the UVU Auto Expo is still revved up and raising money for scholarships.

The “Thunder Pig” captivated everyone who passed. Gleaming in the late-spring sun, Dustin and Jen Gray’s fire-engine red 1958 Chevy 3100 series step-side pickup sat with hood raised to reveal its detailed and powerful 454 engine, doors open to showcase its meticulous leather interior.

The Grays’ custom classic, which took more than 10 years to restore, was one of nearly 800 vintage autos and hot rods spread across the lawns of Thanksgiving Point this past May at the 25th Utah Valley University Auto Expo & Swap Meet — an exhibit that attracted more than 9,000 spectators to survey the region’s finest in automobile remodeling craftsmanship.
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