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Every evening, Waldron said at least 400 vintage hot rods, all pre-1973, will be on display.
Visitors might learn about an automaker’s plans for urban mobility while flying above a make-believe landscape, take a virtual reality sprint around a test track or scream down a drag strip at the wheel of a production-model hot rod.
Running Thursday, April 5 to Saturday, April 7, Mecum's seventh consecutive Houston auction will feature an estimated 1,000 American muscle cars, Corvettes, classics, hot rods, motorcycles and road art.
Over 400 hot rods, classics, customs, and motorcycles are on display at the Portland Expo Center for the 62nd annual Portland Roadster Show.
The cold thinned the crowd by 12:30 p.m. The corner near the Veterans of Foreign Wars National Headquarters was nearly empty before some of the floats, hot rods and horses had even started their march down Broadway, something unseen in warmer years.
Of course, the real stars of Autorama are the 800 hot rods, custom cars, trucks and motorcycles that will draw tens of thousands of spectators through Sunday and the celebrity guests who will be making appearances all weekend.
The 62-year-old Chevy, along with 599 other classic cars and hot rods, will line the streets of Old Town from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for the Saturday Show and Shine, part of the Temecula Rod Run.
Dan enjoyed building and driving hot rods and was an avid NASCAR fan.
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Definition of hot rod for English Language Learners
: a car that has been changed so that it can be driven and raced at very fast speeds
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