.Anticipation is already in high gear with the announcement that more than 50 vehicles have already been booked for the The Hotrod & Restoration Trade Show and the new Restyling & Truck Accessories Trade Show March 26-28 at the Indianapolis Convention Center.
According Eric Saltrick, project vehicle program coodinator (and vice president of marketing at Show sponsor Steele Rubber Products) visitors can expect to feast their eyes on host of classic and antique race cars, street rods, musclecars, cusrom-builts and trucks from a 1928 Isotta Fraschini 8A SS by D&D Classic Auto Restorations in Covington, OH; and 1932 Ford Roadster presentedby the Street Rod Foundation to a1978 Chevrolet El Camino by The Garaj Mahal in Greenback, TN; and 1969 Pontiac Firebird by Zinger Customs in Kendallville, IN.
Also on hand will be a 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air by Cool Hand Customs in Middleton, WI; a 1940 Ford Coupe by Truck and Roadsters by Bill in Gainesville, Mo; a 1967 Mercury Cougar by Wild Wes Paintworks in Dover, OH; and a 1969 Pontiac Firebird by Zinger Customs in Kendallville, IN to name a few.
“This year’s lineup includes the most diverse variety of vehicles in the history of the program,” Saltrick stated.
The Trade Show will once again honor legendary NASCAR stock car racer Dick Dixon with the presentation of the Dick Dixon Legacy Award at the Grand Opening Breakfast Mar. 27th. Dixon, a native of Warehouse Point, CT. competed in 11 Sprint Cup series races and earned 7 top-tens before losing his life while competing at Thompson Speedway in 1967.
Additional hot rod builders interested in raking part in the 2014 Hotrod & Restoration Trade Show still have until February 28th to submit their proposals. For more information call Saltrick at 704-483-9343, ext. 219, or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.