- March 10, 2009
AutoRama: The Place For Cars To Exhibit And People To Win
The AutoRama Show is held at Cobo Center, which is the site of Detroit auto show, is offering awards like Riddler prize worth $10,000 cash, General Motors Performance Parts engine. This one gives away a jacket and trophy Sunday evening; awards which were long awaited.
A variety of cars belonging to different genres are there to look at The AutoRama Show. 2002 Pro Stock champion Chevrolet Cavalier by Jeg Coughlin Jr., 1972 Hurst Oldsmobile which was a then Indy 500 leader, Ford Deuce Coupe 1932, Al Capone era two doors Chevy, Ford Mustangs from the 1960s, Chevy Bel Airs from mid 1950s, late 60s Mopar muscle and Camaro2010.
The show also cases heavy duty vehicles like trucks from Big Foot, and vintage milk trucks, with bubble cars to embellish the AutoRama.
The other contests that are great attractions for people are bikini contest for girls, along with food and beer to enjoy.
With the car celebrities too to enhance the attraction of the show, the show is a big success. Amongst them, the topping name is TV personality and designer Chip Foose.
His display stands above all with P 32, an airplane themed rod giving the look of an about to take off plane.
Chip Foose regards the show as a big attraction for people in times of economical crisis as it offers great rewards to the people.
Allowing relishing more, the tickets are available at a nominal price, adults: $18, $5: children ages six to 12, and under are free, the show runs through the weekend.