Coffee & Classics® Milwaukee, WI

Fuelfed Coffee and Classics cars

Fuelfed is excited to bring its tradition of Coffee & Classics® gatherings focused on classic European cars to the Milwaukee area so that classic European enthusiasts have the opportunity to share their passion with other like-minded drivers in the area.

Fuelfed Coffee & Classics® is for Fuelfed members AND non-member enthusiasts and collectors with their Classic European cars (1995 and older).

Coffee & Classics® is not a juried car show, but rather a casual Sunday morning club gathering to keep the old gears oiled. This event is not about how much money you paid for the newest Italian super-car, but rather about driving your European classic as it was meant to be driven. From Aston to Zagato, or Alfa to VW, it doesn’t matter, just drive it.

In 2023 Fuelfed Coffee & Classics will be use different locations around Milwaukee. Please spread the word to fellow classic European collectors and enthusiasts and join us. Locations will be added in the spring.

Please be mindful that unlike our established Coffee & Classics events, these events will use existing parking spaces (no streets blocked off) until we determine a good fit for the classic European car and local communities.

Dates, Time & Location – 2023


Sunday, June 11 – Lake Park – 3133 E. Newberry Blvd in Milwaukee, WI
Sunday, July 23  – Historic Third Ward – E Corcoran between Jefferson and Milwaukee Sts. in Milwaukee, WI
Sunday, August 13 – TBA
Sunday, October 15
– 6100 W Mequon Rd in Mequon, WI

Advertising cars for sale at any Fuelfed event is strictly prohibited.


The format for Fuelfed Coffee & Classics will be a casual gathering of classic European cars parking in existing parking spots. No streets blocked off, and no standing in the street. Please obey the traffic laws.

orted out. To those taking pictures and sharing online, we ask you to state that your images were taken at the Fuelfed Coffee & Classics.

Advertising cars for sale at any Fuelfed event is strictly prohibited.

Please respect the neighborhood with NO hot-rodding or open exhausts.


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