38th Annual Winter Autofest

Annual Winter Autofest:

Classic car shows are a great place to find other car enthusiasts who love to talk, dream, and think about one thing: their favorite classic cars, muscle cars, hot rods, and many more things that go “vroom!” Whether you are looking to purchase one of many classic cars for sale, hoping to bond with others who share your passion for muscle cars, or just hoping to have a good time with your family while viewing your favorite cars, car shows are a lot of fun.

If you are interested in finding out about their classic cars for sale, they will have a collector car auction, the categories of cars to be offered include: muscle cars, street rods, classic, antique, luxury, exotic, race cars, sports cars, specialty trucks, and motorcycles. Do you have your heart set on a car, but jut can’t make it to the show in person? The Zephyrhills Auction has announced its auction will be live online through Real Time Bid. So, sign on and start bidding! For those of you who like to live fast vicareously through others, check out the vintage auto racing and look up the photos on their annual winter autofest website.

Regardless of where your interests lie in the car world, this will be a great one to attend. If you do, be sure to check back in with us and tell us what you thought!As we begin heading into spring and summer, more and more car shows will be popping up around the corner, and rest assured: we will keep giving you a heads up!

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One Response to 38th Annual Winter Autofest

  1. D. Yaros says:

    I love old rides! I presently own a 1955 Cadillac Coupe de Ville, a 1962 Oldsmobile Dynamic 88 convertible and a 1992 Cadillac Allante. I have owned a 1963 Corvair Monza convertible and a 1984 Buick Riviera convertible.

    I publish a old car focused newsletter for folks who share the passion. For one person’s perspective on the collector car hobby, monthly, take a look online at Car Collector Chronicles. It is free, has no ads, and cover all aspects of the hobby. Find it here – CCC

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