The 104th anniversary of the Tulsa Auto Show will have a Route 66 feel to it with dozens of autos from a variety of eras on display and a drive-in movie screen showcasing the Disney Pixar hit movie “Cars” starting next Friday.
This year’s auto show will have 48 vehicles on display with autos from multiple decades. A drive-in movie screen will feature the movie “Cars” at various times during the auto show. The Tulsa Auto Show, which is donating parts of its proceeds to the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma, will be held April 16-18 at River Spirit Expo at Expo Square.
“As excited as we are about all the new autos that will be on display here this year, we know people are always excited to see vehicles that are memories from their past,” Tom Bloomfield, managing partner with Don Thornton Automotive Group, said. “Whether it is being able to see ‘Cars’ or on the drive-in movie screen or being able to see autos from a variety of decades, we are sure there will be plenty for visitors to the Tulsa Auto Show to enjoy.”
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The display will include autos provided by the Tulsa Region of the Antique Automobile Club of America. The AACA began in 1935 as a club of people who came together to share their love affair with early automobiles, and has branched out to include regional clubs throughout the nation.
“We hope the public comes out and sees these cars on display because we really love showing them,” Joe Smith, one of the exhibit organizers, said. “The Tulsa Auto Show is a great event to show them off, and we are really looking forward to seeing everyone there.”
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