The first bright and sunny day for Mass Cruisers came last Thursday as their Bass Pro event became huge! Filling up three lots with everything from exotics to lowriders, from domestic to tuner, it was all there. There was no chance we caught it all, but maybe, just maybe, we caught your car! Find out!
We can't get more involved than this! A Right Hand Drive, Race Car Supra that's daily driven! So we're expecting to get beat up, and that's not even counting the pop-culture references! Get ready to be challenged to race, thrown all over the place, and eventually get to a review on why you should own a Toyota Supra too!
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We start with this '79 Oldsmobile Cutless Supreme that went from being totaled to being alive and well due to the love of the owner for his car and we want you to think the same way.
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The purpose of an expo is to see what is available in the area. Located in Springfield, the ECAE had a good opportunity to absorb a lot from he surrounding area. It had a mobile dyno, a group of vendors and car clubs and was pretty good for their first outing, with tons of room for growth. It will be good to see what they can do unencumbered by pandemic guidelines that ironically were lifted mere days after the event had transpired. We hope they'll give it another swing coming next year.
We're back out at the cruise night showing off the coolest cars in New England and keeping really busy. This event doesn't disappoint and it shows off some of the great stuff the area has to offer.
We were honored to be able to attend the Koenigsegg Boston event at McLaren Boston. Rally4Cause was on hand to support Impact Melanoma and organized. The true power of the event was the amount of vehicles that attended. From McLaren to Lamborghini there were amazing cars, even the Spyker and Ford GTs made it out to show off.
If you missed it, you missed a good one, but here's your chance to see some of what you missed!
Rally 4 Cause has started their car show season. First being canceled twice for rain, everyone was ready for a show and when it came up High Octane Classics cleared out their inventory to make room for them and the community didn't disappoint. Many old hot rods, old trucks, even motorcycles rolled in force to support the show. Sure, some brought what they could, but all were welcome.
The charity of focus was the Cam Neely Foundation and they raised a good deal of money for the charity. It was an awesome show and great turnout. Hope you enjoy and if you missed this one, don't miss the next one!
Allen "Primo" Harris
Allen has contributed to HINCity, prolific writer, exotic car event organizer and current Automotive Marketer tthrough articles and videos. His focus is on helping people in the automotive community improve their results and through this provide a better experience for everyone.