Due to the rising COVID cases in the area, unfortunately, the 2021 Detroit Autorama has been canceled much to the dismay of us gearheads.
The Meguiar’s Detroit Autorama is has been moved to a warmer date, the event has been rescheduled to April 30 through May 2, 2021.
Our friend “Big Al” Liebman was up in Detroit checking out the Detroit Autorama and sent us some great photos of the Great 8 contenders along with the 2020 Ridler winner, a 1963 Chevrolet 2 Door Wagon.
Andrew Harrell’s company, Rhino Dyno, is bringing the mobile chassis dyno experience to a show near you.
For an event that’s been running as long as this one, the Detroit Autorama has remained amazingly relevant!
This year’s Don Ridler Memorial Award has been granted to a beautiful ’59 Cadillac Eldorado Brougham.
The BASF Great 8, Detroit Autorama’s semifinalists in the competition for the Don Ridler Memorial Award, are always spectacular examples of automotive art. This year might just exceed that already-high standard, though.
Officially the Motor City Auto Arts Mavens Pinstripers, Sign Painters and Airbrush Artists Panel Jam, this fantastic event gave a host of amazing artists the chance to show off their pinstriping skills!
The prized Ridler Award has gone to Buddy and Nancy Jordan’s 1933 Ford Coupe, the “Renaissance Roadster.”
Bob Steinhaus sent us this fantastic photo coverage from the 65th Detroit Autorama.