Inaugural AmeriCarna LIVE car show to roll into N. Carolina

Junior Johnson drives the 1940 Ford.

Junior Johnson drives the 1940 Ford.

Hundreds of classic, cool and celebrity cars will roll into Davidson, N.C., on Nov. 30 for the inaugural AmeriCarna LIVE car show presented by Ingersoll Rand and MSC Industrial Supply Co., a first-of-its kind event to be held at Ingersoll Rand’s Davidson campus.

The AmeriCarna LIVE car show is hosted by Ray Evernham, legendary NASCAR championship crew chief and team owner, long known for his creativity and innovation when it comes to cars and racing. Evernham created the car show to unite two of his passions – his support of the IGNITE Community Center he founded in honor of his son, and his new television show “AmeriCarna,” airing on Velocity.

At AmeriCarna LIVE, auto enthusiasts will have the opportunity to display their cars along side the unique rides that belong to the NASCAR community’s top stars. Vehicles on display include: a 1964 Plymouth Belvedere No. 777 raced by Marty Robbins and recently restored by Evernham; classic Carolina Moonshine cars from the 1940s; and select vehicles from Rick Hendrick’s automotive collection

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