The Branson Car and auto shows are some of the best automobiles you will find anywhere in the US. People come from near and far to drive in, watch, inspect and dream at theses automotive shows in Branson Missouri. Come and check them out for yourself. 

 

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  • America’s Car Museum is looking for British cars
    ACM’s Exhibitry Department  is looking for interesting vehicles to refresh the content of our British Invasion ramp. The British Invasion exhibit covers both the cars and the culture that invaded America after WWII and through the 1960s. Iconic cars displayed in this exhibit include Jaguar, Mini, Austin-Healey and Lotus. They will focus mainly on British vehicles, […]
    Mike Eppinger
  • Carlisle Truck Nationals welcomes Hauk Designs
    CARLISLE, PA – One of the best parts of the Carlisle Truck Nationals and Big Rig Show and Shine is that the event itself hosts a wide array of unique designs, builds and creations. From custom vans to mini trucks, monster trucks to big rigs and just about everything in between, this show is arguably […]
    Mike Eppinger
  • Mecum’s Portland auction recap
    WALWORTH, Wis. – Mecum Auctions was in Portland June 16-17 with an impressive lineup of 461 classic and collector cars. The two-day auction at the Portland Expo Center achieved $7.9 million in overall sales totals topped by a 1968 Chevrolet Yenko Camaro  that brought $395,000. The well-documented, four-speed Yenko certainly stole the show in its intense […]
    Mike Eppinger
  • The rights of summer
      It seemed like it took forever, but summer is finally here. The official “car season” is in full swing and all is right in the world of car junkies. If you are like me, your attention turns to the road and your keen eye for vintage iron is alert to the classics that have […]
    Mike Eppinger
  • Car of the Week: 1975 Pontiac Trans Am
    It wouldn’t be a stretch to call the Pontiac Trans Am the “last muscle car standing” by the time the 1975 models showed up. The post Car of the Week: 1975 Pontiac Trans Am appeared first on Old Cars Weekly.
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  • AACA crowns first Zenith Award winner
    KANSAS CITY _ After almost six hours of evaluation on Sunday, the 1928 Auburn 8-88 Speedster owned by Richard and Helen Harding of Xenia, Ohio, was chosen as the first recipient of the AACA Zenith Award. The new Zenith Award recognizes the most outstanding restoration of the year. The Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) conducts competitions […]
    Mike Eppinger
  • Picking up memories
    Old Cars Weekly archive – May 22, 2008 issue Restoring a long-lost 1941 Ford truck Story and photos by Garry Gardner Old Cars Weekly has been my only urgent reason to rush to the mailbox since I stared my subscription in 1972. I have spent years thoroughly enjoying the publication, especially the “Q&A” column and […]
    Mike Eppinger
  • Ralph Marano receives Olympus Award
    HERSHEY, PA – The recipient of the Olympus Award for 2017 is Ralph Marano, a well-known collector from New Jersey. This achievement award is given by The Elegance to a collector who has shown a lifetime dedication to the spirit of sharing magnificent automobiles with automotive enthusiasts around the world. It’s awarded in honor of […]
    Mike Eppinger
  • Festivals of Speed doubles its size
    Orlando, FL,(PR.com) — Festivals of Speed announced it has doubled the size of its display space from 17,000 sq. ft. to 35,000 sq. ft. at the Central Florida International Auto Show. Dates for this year’s event are November 23-26. The location is the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. Featured manufacturers vehicles set for […]
    Mike Eppinger
  • Places to stop on the way to the Iola Car Show – Elmer’s Auto & Toy Museum-Fountain City, Wis.
    Elmer’s Auto & Toy Museum is one of the largest museums of its kind in the country and happens to be less than three hours away from the Iola Car Show. This museum may be on the inbound or outbound routes of many car show travelers. If not, it’s certainly worth a side trip to see. […]
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