A car show celebrating Collector Car Recognition Day was held on Saturday, July 15th at Galuppi’s Restaurant in Pompano Beach, FL. The event was sponsored by SEMA, the Fort Lauderdale Region of the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) with assistance from Rick Case Automitive Group and the City Of Pompano Beach. Donations were collected to benefit Honor Flights.
Over 100 cars were on display, ranging from classic American muscle cars to European sports cars. There were also a number of special interest vehicles, including a 1959 Chevrolet Apache 3100 pickup, a 1952 Chevrolet De Luxe Bel Air Hardtop, and a Good Humor ice cream truck.
In addition to the car show, there were also a number of other activities, including a 50/50 drawing, Scott The Music Man DJ, and goodie bags to all participamts. The event was a great way for car enthusiasts to celebrate their love of cars and to learn more about the history of automotive restoration.
The event was a success, and organizers are already planning for next year’s event. If you’re a car enthusiast, be sure to mark your calendar for July 13, 2024.
“This was a great event for car enthusiasts of all ages,” said SEMA President and CEO Christopher Kersting. “We’re proud to partner with the Fort Lauderdale Region of AACA to celebrate Collector Car Recognition Day and to help raise awareness of the importance of automotive restoration.”
“We had a great turnout for this year’s event,” said AACA Fort Lauderdale Region President Frank Rizzo. “We’re grateful to SEMA for their sponsorship and to all of the car owners who brought their vehicles to show off.”
If you’re a car enthusiast, be sure to mark your calendar for July 13, 2024. Visit the SEMA website for more information about Collector Car Recognition Day. Join the Fort Lauderdale Region of the AACA to stay up-to-date on upcoming events.