I found a new Portland Cars and Coffee event held every Saturday morning from 8 AM to 11 AM in Sherwood, Oregon at the Langer’s Entertainment Center parking lot. Now, I’m not sure if this PDX cars & coffee event replaces the one that used to be at the World of Speed Motorsports Museum in Wilsonville, Oregon. Due to the pandemic, the museum closed.
According to the Portland Cars & Coffee Facebook page, I found, Langer’s is the original Portland Cars and Coffee event and they have been doing this event since 2008 because they love cars. Langer’s PDX cars & coffee happen every Saturday (rain or shine) from 8 am to 11 am at Langer’s Entertainment Center in Sherwood (21650 SW Langer Farm Parkway, Sherwood, Oregon). There’s additional parking in the Fred Meyers parking lot.
What is Portland Cars and Coffee?
Not quite a “car show” and a little less formal than the usual”cruise-in”, the PDX cars and coffee event located at Langer’s in Sherwood, OR is a place where everyone regardless of age, race, creed, color or gender attends. And unlike a formal car show, there typically are no set rules on what qualifies as a participating vehicle, and in-progress project cars are often parked directly with late-model exotics. You’ll see every kind of car at a Portland cars & coffee event.
Three reasons to attend cars & coffee
- If you’re into cars, you have to attend Cars & Coffee. Every occasion is a place where folks who have supercars, sports cars, and collector automobiles express their enthusiasm and passion!
- If you’re looking for people who share your passion for the automobile, a cars and coffee event is the best place to meet car enthusiasts who share the same passion as you do.
- If you’ve got a passion for automobiles or you’re a proud owner of one, the place to be is Portland Cars & Coffee.
PDX Cars and Coffee Gallery
At every cars and coffee event, I attend at Langer’s I will take photos of cars as well as video the event and upload it to my YouTube channel. Make sure you come back and visit this page every week for updates and check my playlist to watch any and all of my Portland Cars and Coffee videos.
July, 4th 2020 Image Gallery
PDX Cars and Coffee at World of Speed
When I first learned about Portland cars and coffee, it was held at the World of Speed motorsport museum in Wilsonville, Oregon. Due to the pandemic, the World of Speed museum has been permanently closed. The museum, which opened in April 2015, provided a behind-the-scenes look at the racing world via displays, hands-on activities, and a collection of classic race vehicles, boats, and motorbikes. The museum welcomed over 51,000 visitors in 2018 and earned $340,000 in ticket sales and program fees. The museum welcomed racing stars Mario Andretti, Janet Guthrie, and Herm Petersen throughout its five-year run. Additionally, it offered recognized automotive lessons in collaboration with Clackamas Community College for area high school students.