Monday, September 14, 2009

Charlotte Food Lion AutoFair: Fall Show

The Charlotte AutoFair: Fall Show had another great turn out with thousands of collector cars, over 30 car club participating, live classic car auction, car show and hundreds of vendors! The three day show was host by the Hornets Nest Region AACA ( at Lowes Motor Speedway.

Thousands of classic car enthusiasts were eager to catch a glimpse of their favorite classic or find the specific part to complete their ongoing restoration.

The venue at Lowes Motor Speedway was filled with classic car clubs and more, which extended behind the grandstand! Amazing!

Check out these sweet Ratrods produced by ManMade Legends in Cornelius, NC. This is a steel body produced Ratrod! This was one vendor of many at the Charlotte AutoFair.

The Hagerty Booth was accompanied by Bobby Allison's #2 car, which was donated by Memory Lane Museum ( located in Mooresville, NC. Mr. Bobby Allison was present to sign autographs for enthusiast walking through the show. The legend, Mr. Junior Johnson was also at the venue to sign autographs for spectators. It was amazing to have these two racing icons present to show fan support for this great event!

The Charlotte AutoFair had another successful showing of vendor, club and enthusiast support! Congratulations to the Hornets Nest Region AACA for having a great event!

See you at the 2010 Spring Charlotte AutoFair!

1 comment:

  1. I wish I could have been there! Being in England that's a bit difficult... The only time I get to see this is when we get to go to Clark and Carter, who are a restoration firm that my company works with. Normally they do Porsche, Rolls and Bentleys, but because they're close to Stanstead Airport they sometimes get some great American jobs to do.

    Link in case anyone in my area wants to check them out: