Dead Man's Curve Wild Hot Rod Weekend

"Dead Man's Curve Wild Hot Rod Weekend" is an annual car show and music festival held in Mahwah, New Jersey, that celebrates the hot rod and muscle car culture of the 1950s and 1960s. The event takes its name from the popular song "Dead Man's Curve" by Jan and Dean, which tells the story of a young man who loses control of his car on a dangerous stretch of road.

The "Dead Man's Curve Wild Hot Rod Weekend" typically takes place over three days in September and features a wide range of activities, including car shows, drag racing, live music performances, and a vendors' marketplace. The event attracts car enthusiasts and fans of rock and roll music from all over the country.

So this week we go to dead man's curve wild hot rod weekend in Mahwah Nj. It was a great time checking out some older cars, 72 and older allowed at this show. It's held at the Sheraton in Mahwah yearly and it's a 4-day event which has live music, food trucks, race cars, vendors, all types of vehicles 72 and older, and more. We went on Saturday for a few hrs., and they had a great turnout.

Check out this great video and enjoy!