Memory Lane Car Club to hold car show in Deltaville
|This custom-bodied 1941 Cadillac owned by Joe Sullivan of Charles City was the featured vehicle at Autorama.|
The featured vehicle at this year’s Autorama on October 6 at Indian Creek Country Club near Kilmarnock was the custom-bodied 1941 Cadillac owned by Joe Sullivan of Charles City.
Autorama is an annual by invitation only car show featuring some of the finest vehicles in the state. The featured vehicle appears on the cover of the invitation and the event plaque that each entry receives. This event is so popular that people already are signing up for next year.
“The Memory Lane Car Club would like to thank the management and staff of Indian Creek Country Club and Mr. Steve Lowe for their outstanding support of this event,” said a club spokesperson.
The Memory Lane Car Club will support the Holly Point Art and Seafood Festival Car Show in Deltaville this Saturday, October 13, and requests that owners of all types of collector vehicles support this event. Entry to the event is free with one’s collector vehicle.
Memory Lane Car Club’s last Cruise-In of the season is set for 4 p.m. this Sunday, October 14, at the Boys and Girls Club in Kilmarnock. All types of collector vehicles are welcome, and spectators are welcome.
For information, call 435-6171 or 436-4166.