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October Special Shows

Oct 1-3 – Moonshine Reliability Run (Ocala) Oct 2 – Azalea City Show (Palatka) Oct 2 – Cruisin to the Creek (St Augustine) Oct 2 – American Legion Show (Palm Bay) Oct 2 – Rod Run (Dover) Oct 2 – Old Town VetteFest (Kissimmee) Oct 2 – Miata Cruise In (Fort Pierce) Oct 2 –

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Raceway Roundup Event Coverage | FLA Car Shows

Posted on September 27, 2021 in Featured Posts Contributed by Russ Muller Photography Have you heard of NASA?  No not the space agency, the National Auto Sport Association.  They are one of the country’s largest amateur racing sanctioning bodies, and they were in town the weekend of September 17-19, 2021

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Special September Shows

Click on the show for details Sept 4 – Peacock Center Show (Georgia) Sept 4 – Labor Day Festival (Ft Lauderdale) Sept 4 – Cars Octane & Kicks (Orlando) Sept 4 – Thunder Saturdays (Orlando) Sept 5 – Pre-Labor Day Show (Holiday) Sept 11 – First Responder 9/11 (Freeport) Sept 11 – Let Freedom Ride

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Championship Racing & Car Show All in One

You could call it the ultimate expression of “show” and “go.”  FlaCarShows.com is holding a first-of-its-kind event at Daytona International Speedway during the National Auto Sport Association Championships Presented by Toyo Tires.  Online pre-registration HERE. On September 18, we’ll be hosting a car show during the NASA Championships, an event that will bring more than

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The Lowdown on Car Show Terms

Contributed by Tara Bush If you are a newbie to the car/truck show world, either classic or modern, the terminology to describe the event can be confusing. What exactly is the difference between cruise, cruise-in, show, rally, meet, cars & coffee, etc?  There are many opinions and this is only mine.  So let’s break it

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From Work Horse to Work of Art

Posted on March 3, 2021 in Featured Posts Owner Vince Mastrianni The heart of any landscaping business is the truck.  So back in 1949, Vince’s Father bought a new GMC because he preferred the longer 9-foot bed to haul more materials.  In Schenectady, New York, there was no need for

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