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AACA Museum: All Chevy Car Show, in celebration of 100 Years of Chevrolet (July 22, 2012)

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*NOTE: this show will be held rain or shine!!

Location: Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) Museum, Hershey, Pennsylvania

Link: http://www.aacamuseu...ent.aspx?id=424


Sunday, July 22, will be Chevrolet Day as the AACA Museum celebrates 100 years of Chevrolet by showcasing our 100 Years of Chevrolet exhibit in conjunction with the All Chevy Car Show. The show is open to ALL years, makes and models of Chevrolet Cars and Trucks!

More than 200 vehicles are expected along with food and ice cream vendors, a 50-50 drawing, DJ with your favorite tunes and some best of show awards. Attendance at the show is FREE for spectators, but regular admission will apply to enter the Museum and for these exhibits. The first 200 cars to register will also receive a commemorative dash plaque and all registered cars receive one complimentary admission ticket and a discounted admission for the others in their party. Pre-registration has ended, but cars can register onsite the day of the show for $20; the registration form can be found here:


While you're at the AACA Museum...

The 100 Years of Chevrolet Exhibit, continues through October 12, 2012, supported by lead sponsor Klick-Lewis of Palmyra, PA. Including over 35 cars, a special fine art display, and automobilia, the exhibit spans all 100 years of Chevrolet's history and will impress car enthusiasts and followers of the "Bow Tie Brand." A few of the star cars in the Exhibit are: 1935 Suburban - the very first Suburban ever produced, 1963 Impala SS - 50 millionth Chevrolet produced and first driven by Nelson Rockefeller, Earnhardt Corvette (C-5) Race Car - the last racer that Dale Earnhardt Sr. finished a race in before his death at Daytona, and the 1963 Monza GT Concept Car from the General Motors Heritage Collection. Additionally, the exhibit features two life sized Corvette Concept Car paintings by the world renowned fine artist, Peter Maier and a wide variety of Chevrolet automobilia from Pinky Randall, Mr. Chevrolet in the Collector Car Hobby, and Ron Smith. This collection includes dealer recognition awards, billboard and magazine advertisements, customer promotional items and period TV commercials.


Edited by GMTruckGuy74

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Sounds Freakin Awesome, too bad it is cross country.

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I really, really want to attend this show but not sure if I have the extra gas & food money at this time. However, If I do go I'll take plenty of pictures and post them here.

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Plans changed and I was unable to attend :(

Did anyone from here attend?

Bummer sorry to hear you could not go. Did you at least get yourself a GMTruckGuy74 Sandwich? ;) (curves)

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