It is that time again Denver classic and special interest car lovers; the 2012 Denver Auto Show started Wednesday night after the Green Tie Charity Preview with a line that was out the front doors of the Denver Convention Center. As you can imagine, the Denver Auto Show is a popular event and it spans many generations of attendees as well as many generations of cars.
Many think of the Denver Auto Show as a place for new cars, but every year there is a nice display of classic cars and special interest automobiles. This year the LeMay Museum has a display in the far back right corner of the Denver Auto Show. Showcased there are some beautiful classic cars including a Pantera (mild cutsom with NOS), a 1966 MGB Roadster, 1966 MGB GT, a Mercedes SL, 1966 Mustang Fastback and a modern modified Mustang from Roush Racing.
If it has been a couple years since you have been to the Denver Auto Show, now is the time to make a return. Besides the classics on display from LeMay Museum, there are also some specialty displays with hot rods and customs, Camp Jeep (an indoor off-road experience where you are in real Jeep products navigating the conditions) and a whole selection of exotic cars ranging from Bentleys to Ferraris.
Now for the details:
The show runs through Sunday. Tonight, Friday March 23, the show is open until 10 p.m. with tickets costing $10 for adults. If you have a group of 20 or more, you can receive $2 off if you book through the group ticket sales.
Want to drive vechiles at the 2012 Denver Auto Show?
Make sure you experience the manufacturer ride and drive programs. The Volt will be there from GM, as well as other cars like the Camaro and Cruze. You can also drive vehicles from Chrysler and Fiat. Be sure to sign up in the lobby of the Convention Center.
Get more information at: www.denverautoshow.com
Until next time, happy and safe motoring.