March 3-5th, 2023

The 60th annual Chicago World Of Wheels returns to the Donald E Stephens Convention Center to present what promises to be an exciting show that you don't want to miss. Watch for announcements about exciting new features, celebrity guest appearances and more to come!

About Chicago World of Wheels

The first Chicago World Of Wheels event was held at Navy Pier in the winter of 1962. This show was organized by the Gas Hoppers car club. It’s interesting to note that Don Schumacher, of Don Schumacher Racing, was a member of the Gas Hoppers at that time.
The World Of Wheels then moved to McCormick Place until that building was destroyed by fire in 1967. After the fire the show was moved to the Amphitheatre until 1972, when the World Of Wheels returned to the all new McCormick Place. At this time the show was organized by the Chi-Town Shifters. The show continued to be held annually at McCormick place until 2009. In 2010 the Donald E. Stephens convention center in Rosemont, IL became the new show home. The Chicago World Of Wheels continues to be held annually in Rosemont.

ISCA Championship Finals

The Chicago World of Wheels has been the host of the Championship Finals since 2015. The ISCA Championship Finals is the culmination of a year long competition between the world’s best show cars in a host of categories. Come to the Chicago World Of Wheels to see the best of the best compete for the title of ISCA Champion.

Our Show Hours

3 March 2023
3pm - 10pm
4 March 2023
10am - 10pm
5 March 2023
10am - 6pm

Recent News

Celebrity Guests

Sunday, 12-3 pm: From “Counting Cars” Danny Koker and Kevin Mack.

Please do not bring your own item to sign. Free photos will be provided.

Celebrity Guests

Saturday, 12-6 pm: From Foose design and TV’s “Overhaulin”: Chip Foose.

Please do not bring your own item to sign. Free photos will be provided.

Celebrity Guests

Friday, 6-9 pm: AEW wrestling star and WWE hall of famer Sting.

$10-8×10 photos-available on site, $25-8×10 photo of your choice and your collectible, $30 for a belt. Note: Sting will not sign baseball bats. Please do not bring them to the show.


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