We are now well into car show and swap meet season, and I have wondered about my recommendation for the best car show.
Being born in the central Indiana, I have to admit my car show exposure primarily covers Indiana and neighboring states. My experience may be limited, but I believe there are some great car shows in the area.
The Indiana action begins in May with the Auburn Spring Collector Car Auction and the AACA Special Spring Meet in Auburn. The following weekend Indianapolis hosts the Dana Mecum’s Original Spring Classic Auction.
In June it is my chance to leave the Hoosier state and visit the CCCA Grand Experience at Gilmore Car Museum in Hickory Corners, Michigan, and the Ault Park Concours d’Elegance in Cincinnati, Ohio.
July starts off with the Haynes Apperson Festival in Kokomo, Indiana, and ends with the Concours d’Elegance of America in Plymouth, Michigan.
In August I look forward to the Lincoln Highway Buy-Way Yard Sale in Ohio and Indiana, the Lincoln Highway Adventure in Indiana, and Carmel Artomobilia.
September is chock-full of Indiana events with the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival and the Fall Collector Car Auction in Auburn, and the Festival of Machines at Conner Prairie in Noblesville.
My fall wraps-up with the Hill Climb and Car Show in Newport, Indiana, in October.
So, there you have some of my nominations for “Best Car Show.”
To find more about Indiana car culture follow this link.