Charlotte ready to shine for AutoFair

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The Hornets Nest Region of the AACA will welcome more than 150,000 collector vehicle devotees to Charlotte AutoFair on the grounds of the world famous Charlotte Motor Speedway for four days of automotive fun April 9-12.

The Hornets Nest Region’s production of Charlotte AutoFair is a vast gathering of automobile enthusiasts who will find more than 1,600 collector vehicles for sale in the Car Corral on the Track Oval – everything from early brass to great muscle cars. Four flea market fields cover with more than 8,000 vendor spaces of automotive parts and supplies – and many “barn find” vehicles.  The event gates open for public admission at 8:00 AM – you can walk and shop the flea markets and car corral as long as you wish.

A major feature is the AACA 2015 National Southeastern Spring Meet which will showcase more than 325 pristine historic vehicles produced from 1900 to 1990. On Friday afternoon, visitors can see the vintage race car condition run. Public admission is free for the AACA Meet located near the base of the Concord Water Tower behind Speedway Turn Two.

In addition, the speedway will sponsor displays on Saturday and Sunday,  including more than 40 other car clubs with hundreds of great modified, customized, and original vehicles, an automotive auction, and special displays in the garage area, including 100 Years of Dodge Brothers’ Vision.

Charlotte AutoFair admission fees and all parking fees are collected by the speedway owner.

The Hornets Nest Region, AACA, will host the Charlotte AutoFair on the grounds of the world famous Charlotte Motor Speedway April 9-12. There’s always an  amazing selection of cars to view, such as this 1979 Stutz Bearcat.

The Hornets Nest Region, AACA, will host the Charlotte AutoFair on the grounds of the world famous Charlotte Motor Speedway April 9-12. There’s always an amazing selection of cars to view, such as this 1979 Stutz Bearcat.

 

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