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Ride Shotgun in a Shelby: Enter to win a ride in our Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe!
Win a 15-minute, once-in-a-lifetime ride in the famous Daytona Coupe!
Win a chance to “Ride Shotgun in a Shelby” and support the fundraising efforts of the Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum! Our 1964 Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe #CSX2287, 1 of only 6 built, is one of the most famous cars in motorsports history, with racing history on tracks all over the world. In 2014, it was the first car named to the Historic Vehicle Association’s National Historic Vehicle Registry, as well as “Car of the Year” by the International Historic Motoring Awards.
You’ll have a personal experience with this car that people only dream about. Our three acre back lot will be the setting for the 15 minute ride of your life. Each ticket purchased will go directly towards our Demo Day improvement fund, helping us raise money to install bleachers and safety barriers on our back lot. Please show your support and order your ticket today!
Each ticket is $20, and you can purchase as many tickets as you like. Ticket sales begin Tuesday, July 21st and close on Tuesday, September 22nd at 6:00pm EST.
7/12 1910 Sir Charles Rolls dies in a plane crash
7/15 1903 The first Ford Motor Co. car sells, the Model A
7/28 1903 The Ford Model A is shipped to Dr. Pfenning
7/12 1982 The last, complete, Checker rolls off the line
7/15 1996 The 1 millionth Porsche produced.
Test your automotive trivia knowledge.
What was the last Checker sedan and station wagon called?
What company did Henry Ford leave to form the current Ford Motor Co?
What company owns Rolls Royce Motors today?
What was the first year Chevrolet offered fuel injection?
What was the first year Chrysler offered fuel injection?
The last Checker model name was the Marathon. By the way, the company closed January 14, 2010.
The company Ford left was the Henry Ford Company in 1902. It was renamed Cadillac and used the Leyland designed single cylinder motor.
Chevrolet offered fuel injection in 1957
Yes! Chrysler built an estimated 35 cars with Bendix mechanical fuel injection in 1957.
If you can, check the calendar before you set your event date. Although " everyone knows our show is this date " it may not get the attendance you want because there is a " competing " event 25 miles up the road. On line calendars are a great service to our hobby. They can be used to prevent conflicts, and grow your club. Posting your events as soon as possible also helps people plan to participate and vendor's scheduling. Post on as many calendars as you can find, too. We may be one of the biggest, but no one reaches everyone!
Why are the AACA Museum and Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles family events posted on NortheastWheelsEvents.com? Because we support our car museums!
These events serve many positive purposes.
First, they bring in people who would never have visited a car museum. This makes more people aware of the " pretty cars " as well as gets more people through the gates, keeping the museum open and strong.
Second, getting more kids into the museum may light the fire we all share, the passion for all things on wheels.
Third, These events are great reasons why you can enjoy the great cars and buses on display while your family enjoys the added attractions.
These events are win/win situations for all of us! So, plan to attend your local museum with your family and make a memory together.
See you at the show,
Pic-A-Day (317) Albert Mach Fine Art
Built by the W. H. McIntyre Co. of Auburn, Indiana for only two years, 1913 and 1914. The Imp was a pioneer manufacturer of Cyclecars in America.
The passenger rode in a tandem seat directly behind the driver.…
Posted by Albert Mach on October 13, 2015 at 1:00am
Pic-A-Day (316) Albert Mach Fine Art
1907 Kiblinger + history
This is a General interest post for auto aficionados sharing a pictorial history over the decades.
I hope you enjoy the educational - historical information...
Posted by Albert Mach on October 12, 2015 at 1:00am
Started by Great American Services May 29, 2012.