Classic Car Show Events for May 2011

There are two things we know about modern cars, one is that they are safer than ever before, but they seem to lack that extra something. Cars are now just a tool, but if you go to any one of the number of classic car show events in May 2011, you will fall in love with the automobile all over again. Cars are designed for safety and fuel-efficiency these days, which will compromise how the vehicle looks.

When you attend one of these car shows, it will be like you have just gone to heaven — yes they are not as safe as the modern-day vehicle, but does that really bother you? There are a number of classic car show events planned this month, so you will need to plan for this, as there are one or two special ones.

The first has already started, the Southeastern Divisional Tour held in Wilmington, NC from May 1st to the 4th. Next up is Burning up the Beaches, which is to be held on May 5th to the 8th at Ft. Walton Beach, FL. Next up we have the special one, The Indianapolis Motor Speedway. This event will be held on May the 13th to the 15th and will be an 100th Anniversary event.

The final two classic car shows for this month are Rochester NY Automotive Swap Meet on May 21st and the ACHAFR Ride-Along Tour on May 20th to the 27th. This is a longer event than the others, so will be fun for all the family, as you drive along in your classic car and show the public your dream automobile. For a list of clasic car shows for the rest of 2011 visit Transflor.

Do you think that modern vehicles lack the passion and soul as a classic car?

Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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