What better way to spend at least a day than at a veritable Western version of the "Smithsonian" museum located on the wind-swept prairie of South Dakota? If you take us up on this idea, you'll be among 100,000 or so other visitors that show up here each season – and the season in South Dakota is mainly June through October.
Lincoln, NE – One of the most iconic cars in television history, the General Lee, will be on display on February 22 and 23rd during the 10th Annual Winter Fest Flea Market and Antique Show at the Lancaster Event Center. One of the only remaining 1969 Dodge Chargers used in the filming of the television series the Dukes of Hazzard will make the journey from Pioneer Auto Show and Museum in Murdo, South Dakota for the two day event.
St Louis, MO – The 1905 Fiat that is believed to have once been owned by the prestigious August A. Busch, Sr., will be started up at a special private event called "Start-Up Day" on February 1, 2014.
Believed the lone survivor of 20 similar examples produced, the originality and uniqueness of 3003 make it even more singular among a group of early survivors that are regarded by automotive historians as faster, more technically interesting, and far rarer than the handful of remaining 60HP Mercedes, which have long been considered the Holy Grail of early high-horsepower cars.
Kansas City, MO – The 1905 Fiat from Murdo, SD has won the Chairman's Award at the world famous Art of the Concours in Kansas City on June 22, 2014.
Of the 220 cars assembled at the show field on June 22 at the Kansas City Art Institute, the Fiat earned the honor of the Chairman's Award. The Art of the Car Concours is unique in that there are no classes or judges. Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman, recognized the unique significance of this special automobile.