http://www.flhrh.com Save the date for this exciting, action packed event! With acres of show cars and bikes and a huge indoor event hall with cars, bikes and vendors. You won't want to miss Florida's largest single day Car and Bike Show. Featuring nationally known motor sports celebrities, bands, and charity.When it comes to car and bike shows, bigger is better. We are…See More
"emily--im with you--fridays were always for newer and muscle cars and sat. was for the older classics..it just depends on the cars you like to what night you came--i cant see them changing this anytime soon----"
"when i trailered my car,,i would stay at the old town suites and load and unload at the motel,,i guess this the reason i didnt know of the parking fee--always liked to go back to the room during the hot time of the day---if you do this ,,be…"
"i go to old town every chance i get,, it hasnt been to often lately--there have been some changes but i havent seen any problems ,i now can show my car on friday and sat,,,.they are very safety minded,,but that is a good thing--classic cars are…"
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Wayne, I thought Okeechobee was very nice!! Nothing like like free drinks, steak dinner & live entertainment for just bringing a car to let people see!! Heck we usually do that for free!!!! See ya at the circle Saturday!!
"thanks,the only regreat i have at old town,i didnt get to see the car that got best of show,,i think that was the one that didnt take the cover off all day----wayne"
Considering the weather it was completely understandable why they kept the car covered. However, she did remove the cover on more than one occassion but it was not covered earlier in the morning.. Anyhow the best of Show was a seriously tight race among the judges from what I recall... You have no idea how close your own car was to taking home that prize... But at last their can only be one "Best in Show" so don't feel too disappointed about it... Your ride was one among 3 of the very best Pontiac's on display at the event, that was under the microscope for the "Best of Show" contenders. Your ride I'm sure caused the judges a painful headache, as great looking cars are always the hardest to judge. The winner of "Best of Show" was an outstanding 1952 Chieftain...